Etymology
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provenience (n.)

"origin, place from which something comes," 1881, a Latinization of provenance, or else from Latin provenientem (nominative proveniens), present participle of provenire "come forth" (see provenance). "Preferred to PROVENANCE by those who object to the French form of the latter" [OED].

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Definitions of provenience

provenience (n.)
where something originated or was nurtured in its early existence;
Synonyms: birthplace / cradle / place of origin / provenance
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