preadmonition

admonition

[ad-muh-nish-uhn]
noun
1.
an act of admonishing.
2.
counsel, advice, or caution.
3.
a gentle reproof.
4.
a warning or reproof given by an eccleslastical authority.

Origin:
1350–1400; < Latin admonitiōn- (stem of admonitiō); see ad-, monition; replacing late Middle English amonicioun < Anglo-French < Latin; see admonish

preadmonition, noun
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admonition
late 14c., from O.Fr. admonition, from L. admonitionem (nom. admonitio), noun of action from admonere (see admonish).
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