- provenance (n.)
- 1785, from French provenance "origin, production," from provenant, present participle of Middle French provenir "come forth, arise, originate," from Latin provenire "come forth, originate, appear, arise," from pro- "forth" (see pro-) + venire "come" (see venue).
- 1. He had no idea of its provenance.
- 2. All the furniture is of English provenance.
- 3. Kato was fully aware of the provenance of these treasures.
- 4. Review of the various uranium areas shows a range in provenance.
- 5. These differences are not always as pronounced as among hazelnut varieties of different provenance.
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