Alternative forms 
- præmonition (obsolete)
Mid 15th century, from Anglo-Norman premunition, from Late Latin praemonitionem (“a forewarning”), form of praemonitio, from Latin praemonitius, form of praemoneō, from prae (“before”) (English pre-) + monere (“to warn”) (from which English monitor).
- enPR: prĕm'ə-, prē'mə-nĭshʹən
premonition (plural premonitions)
- A clairvoyant or clairaudient experience, such as a dream, which resonates with some event in the future.
- A strong intuition that something is about to happen (usually something negative, but not exclusively).