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provenience

[ proh-vee-nee-uhns, -veen-yuhns ]
/ proʊˈvi ni əns, -ˈvin yəns /
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noun
provenance; origin; source.
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Origin of provenience

1880–85; <Latin prōveni(ent)- (stem of prōveniēns, present participle of prōvenīre to come forth, arise) + -ence. See provenance
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