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Provection, according to The Gaelic of Arran by Nils Magnus Holmer refers to "the carrying over of the final consonant of a word to the following word". It is considered to be a "grammatic mutation" and is used a lot in Breton grammar.
- The Gaelic of Arran - Nils Magnus Holmer - Google Books. Books.google.com.au. Retrieved 2012-02-23.
- Breton Orthographies and Dialects: The Twentieth-Century Orthography War in ... - Iwan Wmffre - Google Books. Books.google.com.au. Retrieved 2012-02-23.
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