[ok-son, -suh n]
Origin of Oxon.1
From the Medieval Latin word Oxonia
- of Oxford.
Origin of Oxon.2
From the Medieval Latin word Oxoniēnsis
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Examples from the Web for oxon
Mr. Oxon here, whom we call Joe, is the owner of Merton Tower.King of Ranleigh
F. S. (Frederick Sadlier) Brereton
Oxon or Surrey (the same applies to him as to P. of Baldeswell).
Thomas Goodewyn, of Alkerton (Oxon), a large sheepfarmer, bequeathed 2s.
Oxon was a gentleman of a good estate, and a strong and valiant person.
Anno Domini he was admitted at Magdalen-hall, in Oxon.
from Latin Oxonia
- (in degree titles) of Oxford
from Latin Oxoniensis
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