Origin of Oklahoma
OTHER WORDS FROM OklahomaO·kla·ho·man, adjective, noun
How to use Oklahoma in a sentence
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.
A remnant of about fourteen hundred of these tribesmen now lives on the Kiowa reservation, in Oklahoma.
He took the train at Oklahoma City, and I sat directly behind him.
How far is Oklahoma City from the place where the train was robbed?
I wished to visit Guthrie, the capital of Oklahoma, and they did not care to do so.
You came from Elreno to Oklahoma City on the first train this morning, did you?
British Dictionary definitions for Oklahoma
Cultural definitions for Oklahoma (1 of 2)
A musical comedy by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. It began a new era of sophistication in musical comedy and was the first of several very successful Rodgers and Hammerstein shows. “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning,” “Oklahoma,” and “People Will Say We're in Love” are songs from Oklahoma!
Cultural definitions for Oklahoma (2 of 2)
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.