Oxonian[äk sō′nē ən]
Oxonian definition by Webster's New World
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of Oxford (England) or Oxford University
Origin: ; from Midieval Latin Oxonia ; from Old English Oxenaford, Oxford
- a student or alumnus of Oxford University
- a person born or living in Oxford, England
Oxonian definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Of, relating to, or characteristic of Oxford or Oxford University.noun
- A native or inhabitant of Oxford.
- A person who studies or has studied at Oxford University.
Origin: From Medieval Latin Oxōnia, Oxford, from Old English Oxnaford : oxena, genitive pl. of oxa, ox + ford, ford; see ford.