There are 2 definitions of Oxford in English:

Oxford

Syllabification: Ox·ford
Pronunciation: /ˈäksfərd
 
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  • 1A city in central England, on the Thames River; population 146,100 (est. 2009). Oxford University is located here.
  • 2A town in north central Mississippi, home to the University of Mississippi and associated with novelist William Faulkner; population 17,265 (est. 2008). See also Yoknapatawpha County.

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elaborate ornamentation of a vocal melody

There are 2 definitions of Oxford in English:

oxford

Syllabification: ox·ford
Pronunciation: /ˈäksfərd
 
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noun

  • 1 (also oxford shoe) A type of lace-up shoe with a low heel.
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    • So put your best foot forward with ankle boots, tan oxfords, sneaker-boots, or solid sneakers, and you'll be able to handle whatever comes your way - with an added kick.
    • I'm thinking non white, medium thickness, casual socks to wear with nice sneakers or oxfords.
    • Choose between opera slippers (the most formal option), loafers or oxfords.
  • 2 (also oxford cloth) A heavy cotton cloth chiefly used to make shirts.
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    • Lace, prints, needlework, brocades and oxford cloth are combined in a fresco of fusion.
    • A generation ago, most American men were perfectly content in buttoned-down oxford cloth.
    • The firm's best seller at Premiere Vision, he reported, was an iridescent cotton shirting in pinpoint oxford with sheen.

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