Origin of OxonClassical Latin Oxoniensis of Oxford
Origin of OxonL Oxonia
- Postal abbreviation for Oxfordshire
Latin Oxonia (“Oxfordshire")
- (after a qualification) University of Oxford, used especially following post-nominal letters indicating status as a graduate.
- The Crown Proceedings Act, 1947. By J. R. Bickford Smith, b.a. (Oxon), of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law
Latin Universitas Oxoniensis (“University of Oxford")