Meaning of premotion in English:

premotion

Pronunciation /?pri??m???n/

noun

  • Motion or impulse given beforehand; an instance of this. Chiefly with reference to divine action as determining human will.

Origin

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Gervase Markham (?1568–1637), author. From post-classical Latin premotion-, premotio previous motion from praemot-, past participial stem of praemovere + classical Latin -iō.