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precognition

pre·cog·ni·tion

precognition

pronunciation:
pri kag nI shn
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part of speech: noun
definition: supposed knowledge of a future event or situation, esp. by extrasensory perception.
derivation: precognitive (adj.)
Word Parts
The word precognition contains the following part:
cogn, cognit, gnor Latin root that means know, knowledge
synonyms:
gnos, gnosis, gnom, -gnomy