Origin of Oxonian
Examples from the Web for oxonian
Contemporary Examples of oxonian
Perhaps only thing we do not share is that he is a Cantabrian, whereas I am an Oxonian, but nobody is perfect.World War II's Team of Rivals
May 12, 2009
Historical Examples of oxonian
All will wish the old Oxonian a speedy recovery from his strain.
"The road that leads to freedom is always beautiful," agreed the young Oxonian.The Silver Poppy
Oh, then we are half way up Scafell, said the Oxonian—hang the mist!As the Crow Flies
Walter Phelps Dodge
Neither the Surgeon nor the Oxonian could "place" him precisely, they would confess.Captain Macedoine's Daughter
The reader is aware our Oxonian could make a close and luminous statement.Hard Cash
- of or relating to Oxford or Oxford University
- a member of Oxford University
- an inhabitant or native of Oxford
"pertaining to Oxford or to Oxford University," 1640s, from Medieval Latin oxonia, Latinized form of Middle English Oxforde (see Oxford). Earlier as a noun (1540s).