provand

noun
prov·and | \ ˈprävənd \
variants: or provant \-nt \
plural -s

Definition of provand 

1 archaic : supply of food : provisions

2 chiefly dialectal : provender sense 2

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History and Etymology for provand

Middle English provande, provant, from Middle Dutch & Middle Low German; Middle Dutch provande & Middle Low German provande, provant, from Old French provende

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