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Oxon

[ok-son, -suh n] /ˈɒk sɒn, -sən/
noun

Oxon.1

1.
Origin
< Medieval Latin Oxonia

Oxon.2

1.
of Oxford.
Origin
< Medieval Latin Oxoniēnsis
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Oxon

abbreviation
1.
Oxfordshire
Word Origin
from Latin Oxonia

Oxon.

/ˈɒksən/
abbreviation
1.
(in degree titles) of Oxford
Word Origin
from Latin Oxoniensis
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Oxon

  1. Medieval Latin Oxonia (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
  2. Latin Oxoniensis (of Oxford)
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