[ok-soh-nee-uh m] /ɒkˈsoʊ ni əm/
a salt formed by the reaction of an acid with an organic compound containing a basic oxygen atom.
(chem) any of a class of salts derived from certain organic ethers or alcohols by adding a proton to the oxygen atom and thus producing a positive ion (oxonium ion)
Oxnard [CA] Airport
[oks-teyl] /ˈɒksˌteɪl/ noun 1. the skinned of an or steer, used as an ingredient in soup, stew, etc. /ˈɒksˌteɪl/ noun 1. the skinned tail of an ox, used esp in soups and stews n. Old English oxan tægl; see ox + tail (n.1).
[ok-ster] /ˈɒk stər/ noun, Scot. and North England. 1. the armpit. /ˈɒkstə/ noun 1. (Scot & Irish, Northern English, dialect) the armpit
/ˈɒksˌtʌŋ/ noun 1. any of various Eurasian plants of the genus Picris, having oblong bristly leaves and clusters of dandelion-like flowers: family Asteraceae (composites) 2. any of various other plants having bristly tongue-shaped leaves, such as alkanet 3. the tongue of an ox, braised or boiled as food