- 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
All their accustomed sports were neglected, and their play-hours devoted to drawing with chalk and oker.
Rimsmoor Pond is, but Oker's Pool isn't, because he is deep, and is never dry—'tis just over there.Return of the Native
- another name for oka
- informal another term for O.K.
- Southern African an informal word for man
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Word Origin and History for oker
slang clipping of OK, attested from 1929.
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