Examples from the Web for oklahoma
Elauf, who is Muslim, had applied for a job at an A&F store in Tulsa, Oklahoma when she was 17.
Hammerstein continued his subtle quest for racial equanimity in Oklahoma!
A 19-year-old woman was killed in September after an undercover police watched a drug deal go down in Oklahoma City.
The Oklahoma Kiowa have joined this warpath; the Yellowstone is their ancestral homeland.
In 2006, former Oklahoma district judge Donald Thompson was sentenced to four years in prison.
Oklahoma is proposed in Congress for the name of one of our new Territories.Complete Prose Works|Walt Whitman
A report on the fishes of Oklahoma, with descriptions of new genera and species.Fishes of Chautauqua, Cowley and Elk Counties, Kansas|Artie L. Metcalf
Ranchmen in Oklahoma told the writer that in winter yearling cattle in good condition are sometimes killed by coyotes.Coyotes in Their Economic Relations|David E. Lantz
In 1888, Oklahoma was the largest single body of unimproved land capable of cultivation in the Southwest.My Native Land|James Cox
When he was fourteen years of age he accompanied his tribe to its new home at Pawnee City, Oklahoma, where he has since resided.Collection of Nebraska Pioneer Reminiscences|Nebraska Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
British Dictionary definitions for oklahoma
Word Origin and History for oklahoma
from Choctaw, literally "red people," from okla "nation, people" + homma "red." Coined by Choctaw scholar Allen Wright, later principal chief of the Choctaw Nation, and first used in the Choctaw-Chickasaw treaty of April 28, 1866. Organized as a U.S. territory 1889; admitted as a state 1907. Related: Oklahoman.
Culture definitions for oklahoma
State in the southwestern United States, bordered by Colorado and Kansas to the north, Missouri and Arkansas to the east, Texas to the south, and New Mexico to the west. Its capital and largest city is Oklahoma City.