OK

`OK` (also spelled `Okay`, `Ok`, or `O.K.`) is a word denoting approval, acceptance, agreement, assent, or acknowledgment. `OK` has frequently turned up as a loanword in many other languages. As an adjective, `okay` means `adequate,` `acceptable` (`this is okay to send out`), `mediocre` often in contrast to `good` (`the food...
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OK

[dinghy] The OK Dinghy is an international class sailing dinghy, designed by Knud Olsen in 1956. ==History== In 1957 Axel Dangaard Olsen of Seattle, U.S.A., asked the Danish yacht designer Knud Olsen to prepare drawings for a light and fast single-handed sailing dinghy based on conventional plywood construction. The resulting design was nam...
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Ok

[glacier] Ok (1198m) is a shield volcano in Iceland, to the west of Langjökull. It erupted during interglacials in the Pleistocene. The glacier on top is thought to have disappeared. ...
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Ok

[Korean name] Given name only: Ok, sometimes spelled Oak or Ock, is an uncommon Korean family name, a single-syllable Korean given name, and an element in some two-syllable Korean given names. It is usually written with a hanja meaning `jade`. ==Family name== The 2000 South Korean census found 22,964 people with the surname Ok. They belonge...
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OK

abbreviation: Oklahoma (ConUS south central state)
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OK

abbreviation: we agree, correct
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OK

All Correct
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Ok

OK was slang and is now colloquial English for all right, correct.
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ok

okay
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OK

Old Kingdom
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