Definition of Provins in English:

Provins

noun

  • In full "Provins rose". A cultivated rose, Rosa gallica ‘Officinalis’, with fragrant, red, semi-double flowers. Later also: any of various other R. gallica cultivars.

Origin

Late 17th century. From Provins, the name of a town in the Champagne region of France (department Seine et Marne), famous for its roses.

Pronunciation

Provins

/ˈprɒvɪnz/