Definition for ockham (2 of 2)
Related formsOc·cam·ism, nounOc·cam·ist, Oc·cam·ite, nounOc·cam·is·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for ockham
The charm of Ockham church lies in its tower, its east window, and its deep and happy site among the oaks and elms of Ockham Park.
Whether Ockham subscribed the papal formula, nothing remains to show.
Another hostelry, frequented by golfers, is the Hautboy of Ockham, birthplace of the scholastic theologian of that ilk.Surrey|A.R. Hope Moncrieff
Wood says that Ockham received the last title from the Pope.
Ockham village, with its church and park, is south-east of Ripley by a mile or so.