oxfordian

Wikidiffcom vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | oxfordian |


As a noun oxfordian is

a native or resident of oxford.

As a proper noun oxfordian is

(geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As an adjective oxfordian is

of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

Terms vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

terms | oxfordian |


As nouns the difference between terms and oxfordian

is that terms is while oxfordian is a native or resident of oxford.

As a proper noun oxfordian is

(geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As an adjective oxfordian is

of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

Oxfordianism vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

oxfordianism | oxfordian | Derived terms |

Oxfordianism is a derived term of oxfordian.


As a noun oxfordian is

a native or resident of oxford.

As a proper noun oxfordian is

(geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As an adjective oxfordian is

of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

Tithonian vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

tithonian | oxfordian | coordinate terms |

Tithonian is a coordinate term of oxfordian.


As proper nouns the difference between tithonian and oxfordian

is that tithonian is (geology|paleontology) an age or stage, from 1521±09 my to ~1450 ma while oxfordian is (geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As a noun oxfordian is

a native or resident of oxford.

As an adjective oxfordian is

of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

Kimmeridgean vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

kimmeridgean | oxfordian | coordinate terms |

Kimmeridgean is a coordinate term of oxfordian.


As a noun oxfordian is

a native or resident of oxford.

As a proper noun oxfordian is

(geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As an adjective oxfordian is

of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

Callovian vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

callovian | oxfordian | coordinate terms |

Callovian is a coordinate term of oxfordian.


As proper nouns the difference between callovian and oxfordian

is that callovian is (geology|paleontology) a subdivision of the jurassic period while oxfordian is (geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As a noun oxfordian is

a native or resident of oxford.

As an adjective oxfordian is

of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

Jurassic vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

jurassic | oxfordian | Hypernyms |

Jurassic is a hypernym of oxfordian.


As adjectives the difference between jurassic and oxfordian

is that jurassic is (label) of or pertaining to the second period of the mesozoic era, a time still dominated by dinosaurs while oxfordian is of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

As proper nouns the difference between jurassic and oxfordian

is that jurassic is the period from 2013±02 to 145 million years ago, after the triassic and before the cretaceous; the geologic systems of this period while oxfordian is (geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As a noun oxfordian is

a native or resident of oxford.

Mesozoic vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

mesozoic | oxfordian | Hypernyms |

Mesozoic is a hypernym of oxfordian.


In geology|lang=en terms the difference between mesozoic and oxfordian

is that mesozoic is (geology) the mesozoic era while oxfordian is (geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As adjectives the difference between mesozoic and oxfordian

is that mesozoic is (geology) of a geologic era within the phanerozoic eon that comprises the triassic, jurassic and cretaceous periods from about 230 to 65 million years ago, when life on earth was dominated by reptiles while oxfordian is of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

As proper nouns the difference between mesozoic and oxfordian

is that mesozoic is (geology) the mesozoic era while oxfordian is (geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As a noun oxfordian is

a native or resident of oxford.

Phanerozoic vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

phanerozoic | oxfordian | Hypernyms |

Phanerozoic is a hypernym of oxfordian.


In geology|lang=en terms the difference between phanerozoic and oxfordian

is that phanerozoic is (geology) a geologic eon from about 570 million years ago to the present, comprising the paleozoic, mesozoic and cenozoic eras while oxfordian is (geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As adjectives the difference between phanerozoic and oxfordian

is that phanerozoic is (geology) of, or relating to the phanerozoic eon while oxfordian is of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

As proper nouns the difference between phanerozoic and oxfordian

is that phanerozoic is (geology) a geologic eon from about 570 million years ago to the present, comprising the paleozoic, mesozoic and cenozoic eras while oxfordian is (geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As a noun oxfordian is

a native or resident of oxford.

Corallian vs Oxfordian - What's the difference?

corallian | oxfordian | Synonyms |

Corallian is a synonym of oxfordian.


In geology|lang=en terms the difference between corallian and oxfordian

is that corallian is (geology) a deposit of coralliferous limestone forming a portion of the middle division of the oolite while oxfordian is (geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As nouns the difference between corallian and oxfordian

is that corallian is (geology) a deposit of coralliferous limestone forming a portion of the middle division of the oolite while oxfordian is a native or resident of oxford.

As a proper noun oxfordian is

(geology) the age from 1635±10 ma to 1573±10 ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.

As an adjective oxfordian is

of or pertaining to oxford or its residents.

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