or A-O.K., A-O·kay
Origin of A-OK
Examples from the Web for a-ok
Even Patrick Dempsey, who plays Dr. Derek Shepherd, would be A-OK with the series coming to an end.
And with that return, a confirmation: Facebook users, middle names are A-OK in Zuckerville.Facebook Deactivates Salman Rushdie's Profile, Makes Him Use 'Ahmed'|Brian Ries|November 15, 2011|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for a-ok
Word Origin for A-OK
Word Origin and History for a-ok
1961, said to be an abbreviation of all (systems) OK; popularized in the jargon of U.S. astronauts. See OK.