Definition of precog in English:

precog

noun

Science Fiction
  • 1Precognition.

  • 2A person who predicts something; a person with precognition.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in Philip K. Dick (1928–1982), author. Shortened from either precognition or precognitive; apparently coined by Philip K. Dick.

Pronunciation

precog

/ˌpriːˈkɒɡ//ˈpriːkɒɡ/