noun, plural pro·vos. (sometimes initial capital letter)
Origin of provo
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noun, plural Pro·vos. (sometimes lowercase) Informal.
Examples from the Web for provo
A former resident of Provo, Utah, he learned Spanish as a teenager on a mission trip in Mexico City.
Gilmour is said to be set to take up his studies at BYU in Provo, following in the footsteps of his bride.Elizabeth Smart Marries Scottish Prince Charming in Dream Hawaii Wedding|Nicholas McCarvel|February 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Ray had reportedly been in serious but stable condition at a Provo, Utah, hospital and was surrounded by family when he died.Indie-Film Vet Bingham Ray Dies After Stroke at Sundance|Chris Lee|January 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada, Phoenix, Provo, Utah, and Greely, Colorado, round out the 20 most stressed housing markets.
Some of the members of the company are still living in Provo, and will remember the incident.
Neither did I wish to be cut off from Provo, which I considered my real home.
An order was issued by some one in Provo to have them taken prisoners and brought in.
Next year when they came up and camped on the Provo bench, they had some Indian children for sale.
The mines were opened four years ago, and a railway built to them from Provo—a distance of sixty miles.The Crest of the Continent|Ernest Ingersoll