Definition of submonition in English:

submonition

noun

rare
  • The action or an act of submonish; a gentle admonition; a suggestion.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Ninian Winzet (1518–1592), abbot in Regensburg and religious controversialist. From sub- + monition. Compare post-classical Latin submonitio opinion, remark, Middle French submonicion notification, summons. Compare earlier summonition.

Pronunciation

submonition

/ˌsʌbməˈnɪʃn/