prognostic

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A sign by which a future event may be known or foretold

Her frolics, and pursues her tail no more. Jonathan Swift.

A prediction of the future
One who predicts the future
prognosis
Of, pertaining to or characterized by prognosis or prediction
{a} foretelling, foreboding, showing
{n} a prediction in diseases, a sign
a sign by which a future event may be known or foretold; an indication; a sign or omen; hence, a foretelling; a prediction
a sign of something about to happen; "he looked for an omen before going into battle"
{s} diagnostic, of a medical assessment; predictive, foretelling, forecasting
To prognosticate
of or relating to prediction; having value for making predictions
Indicating something future by signs or symptoms; foreshowing; aiding in prognosis; as, the prognostic symptoms of a disease; prognostic signs
A sign or symptom indicating the course and termination of a disease
That which prognosticates; a sign by which a future event may be known or foretold; an indication; a sign or omen; hence, a foretelling; a prediction
of or relating to prognosis, prediction
{i} omen, portent, presage; sign of future events, harbinger, indication of the future
prognostics
Plural of prognostic
prognostic

    Silbentrennung

    prog·nos·tic

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    Etymologie

    [ präg-'näs-tik ] (noun.) 14th century. From Medieval Latin prognosticus, from Ancient Greek προγνωστικός (prognostikos, “foreknowing”), from πρό- (pro-) + γνωστικός (gnostikos, “of or for knowing, good at knowing”), from γιγνώσκω (gignosko, “to learn to know, to perceive, to mark, to learn”). Compare French pronostic (“prognostic”).

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