As nouns the difference between oxford and oxfordian
is that oxford
) (cloth) 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.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(en proper noun
A city in England famous for its university.
A city in Alabama
A city in Arkansas
A town in Connecticut
An unincorporated community in Florida
A city in Georgia, USA
A city in Idaho
A town in Indiana
A city in Iowa
A city in Kansas
An unincorporated community in Kentucky
A town in Maine
A town in Maryland
A town in Massachusetts
A village in Michigan
A city in Mississippi
A village in Nebraska
A town in New York
A town in New Zealand
A city in North Carolina
A town in Nova Scotia
A city in Ohio
A borough in Pennsylvania
An unincorporated community in West Virginia
A town in Wisconsin
* Oxford comma
A variety of shoe, typically made of heavy leather.
(by ellipsis) An Oxford Dictionary.
* (shoe) balmoral
(Oxfordian theory of Shakespeare authorship)
A native or resident of Oxford.
One who believes that (Edward de Vere), 17th Earl of Oxford, wrote the plays traditionally attributed to (William Shakespeare).
(en proper noun
(geology) The age from 163.5±1.0 Ma to 157.3±1.0 Ma or the stage of rocks (chiefly coral-derived limestones) deposited during it.
* Phanerozoic - eon; Mesozoic - era; Jurassic - period; Upper Jurassic - epoch
* Callovian (Middle Jurassic); Oxfordian , Kimmeridgean, Tithonian (Upper Jurassic) - ages or stages
Of or pertaining to Oxford or its residents.
Relating to or denoting the theory that Edward de Vere (1550–1604), Earl of Oxford, wrote the plays attributed to William Shakespeare.
Relating to the Oxfordian age or stage.
* Oxfordian Theory