a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army, a faction of the Irish Republican Army
Origin of Provofrom provisional
city in NC Utah
Origin of Provorenamed (1850) after Étienne Provot, early fur trader
A city of north-central Utah south-southeast of Salt Lake City on the Provo River, about 65 km (40 mi) long. Settled by Mormons in 1849, it is the seat of Brigham Young University (established 1875).x
One of the members of an extremist faction of the Irish Republican Army.
Origin of ProvoShortening and alteration of Provisional (Wing) name of the faction
- (in the plural, with the) The Provisional IRA.
- A member of the Provisional IRA.
- A Dutch counterculture movement of the 1960s.
- A city in Utah.
Named after the mountain man and trapper Ã‰tienne Provost.
- A city in South Dakota.