Oken



[oh-kuh n] /ˈoʊ kən/

noun
1.
Lorenz (Lorenz Ockenfuss) 1779–1851, German naturalist and philosopher.

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    [ohk] /oʊk/ adjective, Informal. 1. OK; all right. /əʊk/ noun 1. another name for oka /əʊk/ adjective, adverb 1. (informal) another term for O.K. /əʊk/ noun 1. (South African) an informal word for man slang clipping of OK, attested from 1929.

  • Okey

    adjective adverb Right; that’s understood, let’s get on: So I told you about that, okay, so the next thing was he jumped the fence affirmation Yes; I agree; I accept that; I will do that affirmation,question Is that all right? is that understood? COPPISH: I’m going now, okay? [1839+; origin uncertain and the subject of […]



  • Okey-doke

    [oh-kee-dohk] /ˈoʊ kiˈdoʊk/ adjective, adverb, interjection 1. . /ˈəʊkɪˈdəʊk/ sentence substitute, adjective, adverb 1. (informal) another term for O.K. affirmation,question (also hokeydokey or okie-doke or okey-dokey or okie-dokie or okle-dokle) Yes, satisfactory, alright, etc; ok: Suppose I pick you up at seven? Okie doke (1932+ Students)

  • Okey-dokey

    [oh-kee-dohk] /ˈoʊ kiˈdoʊk/ adjective, adverb, interjection 1. . /ˈəʊkɪˈdəʊk/ sentence substitute, adjective, adverb 1. (informal) another term for O.K. affirmation,question (also hokeydokey or okie-doke or okey-dokey or okie-dokie or okle-dokle) Yes, satisfactory, alright, etc; ok: Suppose I pick you up at seven? Okie doke (1932+ Students)



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