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oke2

[ohk]
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adjective Informal.
  1. OK; all right.

Origin of oke2

An Americanism dating back to 1925–30; apparently shortening of OK
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Examples from the Web for oker

Historical Examples

  • All their accustomed sports were neglected, and their play-hours devoted to drawing with chalk and oker.

    The Life, Studies, And Works Of Benjamin West, Esq.

    John Galt

  • Rimsmoor Pond is, but Oker's Pool isn't, because he is deep, and is never dry—'tis just over there.


British Dictionary definitions for oker

oke1

noun
  1. another name for oka

oke2

adjective, adverb
  1. informal another term for O.K.

oke3

noun
  1. Southern African an informal word for man

Word Origin

from Afrikaans
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Word Origin and History for oker

oke

slang clipping of OK, attested from 1929.

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