Other definitions for oke (2 of 2)
OK; all right.
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How to use oke in a sentence
Fifty years ago for one oke of bread a man might have one oke of meat, or eight okes of fruit or two okes of wine.
At the end, author's Epistle to Nicholas Okes (the printer), signed.
In it be a great nombar of very fair and fyne greyned okes apt to sele howses.The Strife of the Roses and Days of the Tudors in the West | William Henry Hamilton Rogers
They weren wont lightly to slaken hir hunger at even with acornes of okes.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems | Geoffrey Chaucer
The proportion of the fat to the lean is as four to ten, eight 'okes' fat and twenty lean.Bible Animals; | J. G. Wood
British Dictionary definitions for oke (1 of 3)
another name for oka
British Dictionary definitions for oke (2 of 3)
informal another term for O.K.
British Dictionary definitions for oke (3 of 3)
Southern African an informal word for man
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