Etymology
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Oxonian (adj.)

"pertaining to Oxford or to Oxford University," 1640s, from Medieval Latin oxonia, Latinized form of Middle English Oxforde (see Oxford). Earlier as a noun, "native or inhabitant of Oxford" (1540s).

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Definitions of Oxonian
1
Oxonian (adj.)
of or pertaining to or characteristic of Oxford University;
Oxonian (adj.)
of or pertaining to or characteristic of the city of Oxford, England, or its inhabitants;
2
Oxonian (n.)
a native or resident of Oxford;
From wordnet.princeton.edu