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Oxon

[ ok-son, -suhn ]
/ ˈɒk sɒn, -sən /
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Other definitions for Oxon (2 of 3)

Oxon.1

abbreviation
Oxford.

Origin of Oxon.

1
From the Medieval Latin word Oxonia

Other definitions for Oxon (3 of 3)

Oxon.2

abbreviation
of Oxford.

Origin of Oxon.

2
From the Medieval Latin word Oxoniēnsis
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British Dictionary definitions for Oxon (1 of 2)

Oxon

abbreviation for
Oxfordshire

Word Origin for Oxon

from Latin Oxonia

British Dictionary definitions for Oxon (2 of 2)

Oxon.
/ (ˈɒksən) /

abbreviation for
(in degree titles) of Oxford

Word Origin for Oxon.

from Latin Oxoniensis
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