Provenance

Prov"e*nance

(?), n. [F., fr. provenir to originate, to come forth, L. provenire. Cf. Provenience.] Origin; source; provenience.

Their age attested by their provenance and associations.
A. H. Keane.
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Pro`ven`al"

(?), a. [F., fr. Provence, fr. L. provincia province. See Provincial.] Of or pertaining to Provence or its inhabitants.
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Pro`ven`al"

, n. [F.] 1. A native or inhabitant of Provence in France.
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2. The Provencal language. See Langue d'oc.
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