- The definition of an oxford is a type of low cut shoe that laces over the arch on top of the foot.
An example of an oxford is the 1950's style saddle shoe.
- Oxford is a city located in the central southern part of England where there's a university located there by the same name.
An example of Oxford is the university from which Tony Blair graduated.
- Oxford is defined as a type of woven fabric.
An example of oxford is the woven blue cotton fabric which is often used in men's dress shirts.
- a type of low shoe laced over the instepalso oxford shoe
- a cotton or rayon fabric with a basketlike weave, used for shirts, etc.also oxford cloth
Origin of oxfordafter Oxford
- city in SC England; county seat of Oxfordshire & the site of Oxford University
Origin of OxfordOld English Oxenaford ; from oxan, genitive plural of oxa, ox + ford, ford: originally a place where oxen forded the river
- A sturdy, low shoe that laces over the instep.
- A cotton cloth of a tight basket weave, used primarily for shirts.
Origin of oxfordAfter Oxford, England.
- A city of south-central England on the Thames River west-northwest of London. The internationally famous Oxford University, founded in the 1100s, still dominates the city center.
- A city of northern Mississippi south-southeast of Memphis, Tennessee. It is the seat of the University of Mississippi (“Ole Miss”), established in 1844, and was William Faulkner's home town.
, 17th Earl of. Title of Edward de Vere. 1550–1604.
(countable and uncountable, plural oxfords)
- Alternative capitalization of Oxford (cloth)
- A shoe of a particular sort.