or K.O., k.o., kay·o
noun, plural KO's.
verb (used with object), KO'd, KO'ing.
Origin of KO
Examples from the Web for ko
“There should be a statue of John Carlos in every city,” KO opined.Keith Olbermann Makes Hilarious Return to ESPN, But for How Long?|Lloyd Grove|August 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ko Young-hui died of breast cancer in exile in Paris in 2004.
Ko is portrayed speaking in the film over still images of her nurturing Kim Jong-un.
The leader of the four indicated Throon and said in a quick, brittle voice: "Ko reegar feen no-dran!"Cry from a Far Planet|Tom Godwin
On the following day, which was the Sabbath, two services were held in Mr. Ko's mulberry grove.
The house stood in a grove of mulberries, for to his other pursuits Mr. Ko added that of silkworm raising.
Guanaco, gw-n′ko, n. a cameloid ruminant widely spread in South America.
Nowadays high-class women drop the "O" before their individual names, but add "Ko" after them.Romances of Old Japan|Yei Theodora Ozaki