[oh-kluh-hoh-muh] /ˌoʊ kləˈhoʊ mə/
a state in the S central U.S. 69,919 sq. mi. (181,090 sq. km). .
Abbreviation: OK (for use with zip code), Okla.
a state in the S central US: consists of plains in the west, rising to mountains in the southwest and east; important for oil. Capital: Oklahoma City. Pop: 3 511 532 (2003 est). Area: 181 185 sq km (69 956 sq miles) Abbreviation Okla., (with zip code) OK
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.
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.
noun 1. a city in and the capital of Oklahoma, in the central part. noun 1. a city in central Oklahoma: the state capital and a major agricultural and industrial centre. Pop: 523 303 (2003 est) Capital of Oklahoma and largest city in the state. (See Oklahoma City bombing.)
- Oklahoma city bombing
The destruction of a federal office building in Oklahoma City in 1995 by a truck loaded with explosives; the blast killed 168 people. Timothy McVeigh, a former U.S. soldier, and two conspirators were convicted of the crime; McVeigh was executed. Note: Many Americans initially assumed that this act of terrorism was the work of Arabs […]
[oh-kluh-hoh-muh] /ˌoʊ kləˈhoʊ mə/ noun 1. a state in the S central U.S. 69,919 sq. mi. (181,090 sq. km). . Capital: . Abbreviation: OK (for use with zip code), Okla. /ˌəʊkləˈhəʊmən/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of Oklahoma adjective 2. of or relating to Oklahoma or its inhabitants /ˌəʊkləˈhəʊmə/ noun 1. a state in […]
[oh-kuh l-doh-kuh l] /ˈoʊ kəlˈdoʊ kəl/ adjective, adverb, interjection 1. .