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EnglishEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English Oxenford, Oxneford, from Old English Oxnaford (Oxford, literally oxen's ford), equivalent to ox +‎ ford. Compare Old Norse Öxnafurða.

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Oxford

  1. A city in Oxfordshire, England, famous for its university.
  2. Oxford University.
  3. An English habitational surname derived from the city in England.
  4. A city in Mississippi; the county seat of Lafayette County; named for the city in England.
  5. A city in Ohio.
  6. A city in Alabama.
  7. A town in Massachusetts.
  8. A town in Connecticut; named for the city in England.
  9. A town in North Carolina; the county seat of Granville County.
  10. A borough of Pennsylvania.
  11. A town in Maine; named for the city in England.
  12. A town and village in New York; named for the town in Massachusetts.
  13. A village in Michigan.
  14. A neighborhood of Edmonton, Alberta.
  15. A city in Georgia, United States; named for the university.
  16. A town in Nova Scotia.
  17. A town in Indiana.
  18. A CDP in New Jersey.
  19. A city in Kansas.
  20. A city in Iowa; named for its township, itself named for the town in New York.
  21. A village in Nebraska.
  22. A city in Arkansas.
  23. A town in Maryland.
  24. A town and village in Wisconsin.
  25. A city in Idaho.
  26. A settlement on Saint Croix, in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
  27. An unincorporated community in Colorado.
  28. An unincorporated community in Florida.
  29. An unincorporated community in Kentucky.
  30. An unincorporated community in West Virginia.

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Oxford (plural Oxfords)

 
An Oxford shoe
  1. A variety of shoe, typically made of heavy leather.
    • 1908, O. Henry, A Tempered Wind
      We had to have a young lady assistant to help us work this graft; and I asked Buck if he knew of one to fill the bill.
      "One," says I, "that is cool and wise and strictly business from her pompadour to her Oxfords. No ex-toe-dancers or gum-chewers or crayon portrait canvassers for this."
  2. (by ellipsis) An Oxford Dictionary.

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Oxford m

  1. Oxford

PolishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English Oxford

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Oxford m inan

  1. Oxford

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Further readingEdit

  • Oxford in Polish dictionaries at PWN

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English Oxford.

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Oxford f

  1. Oxford (a city in England)
  2. Oxford (university)

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