Definition for oke (2 of 2)
Origin of oke2
Examples from the Web for oke
"But 'tisn' the French we'm expectin'," urged Oke, whose mind moved slowly.
Oke's teeth rattled like a box of dice as he peered out over the dark and agitated crowd of boats.
I denye that therefore in the Knightes Tale yt must be oke serriall.
The peare and holly may be made to spread, and the Oke to close.A New Orchard And Garden|William Lawson
Gunner Oke gripped the Sergeant's arm of a sudden and leaned forward, straining his ears.
British Dictionary definitions for oke (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for oke (2 of 3)
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Word Origin for oke
Word Origin and History for oke
slang clipping of OK, attested from 1929.