Definitions for oxonianɒkˈsoʊ ni ən
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Ox•o•ni•anɒkˈsoʊ ni ən(adj.)
of or pertaining to Oxford, England, or to Oxford University.
(n.)a student or graduate of Oxford University.
a native or inhabitant of Oxford.
Origin of Oxonian:
1530–40; < ML Oxoni(a)
a native or resident of Oxford
of or pertaining to or characteristic of Oxford University
of or pertaining to or characteristic of the city of Oxford, England, or its inhabitants
"his Oxonian neighbors"; "Oxonian bookstores"
Of or pertaining to Oxford.
Describing minerals containing oxygen
An Oxonian is a member of the University of Oxford, England. The term is derived from Oxonia, the Latin form of Oxenford or Oxford. The term can also refer to an inhabitant of the city of Oxford. The matching word for Cambridge and the University of Cambridge is Cantabrigian.
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