OK denotes approval, acceptance, agreement, assent, or acknowledgment. "OK"
has frequently ... It fulfills a similar role as an adverb ("Wow, you did OK for your
first time skiing!"...
OK: those two little letters form a handy word that is recognized all around the
world, but where did OK get its meaning? We explore the possibilities.
Nov 11, 2014 ... And where did the expression come from in the first place? ... that OK came from
the Native American Indian tribe Choctaw's word “okeh.
Mar 16, 2014 ... And it's also an interjection: 'OK.'" So just where did this word come from? For
years, its origin was a linguistic mystery. One theory: it came from ...
Aug 5, 2010 ... I've heard lots of varying histories of the term "OK". .... "I read ze grand national
affair and ven I come to ze end I behold O. K! I glance my eye to ...
Mar 22, 2014 ... In honor of OK Day, here's a look at how this uniquely American acronym went
Jul 6, 2015 ... Ok. When your boss hands you an assignment. Ok. When you need to pay the bill
. Ok. And so on. But where did that term come from? What did ...
The term OK, or okay, comes from the 1840 US presidential campaign of Martin ...
I did read a long time ago that one possible origin is this: during the Civil War it ...
Mar 21, 2014 ... Harrison won the 1840 election, but so did OK. ... President Woodrow Wilson
thought it evolved from a Choctaw word that he spelled “okeh.
In a word, no. It's much older. The current take on OK is that it is a corrupted
abbreviation of ... O K—, the wicked life I did spend, Has brough me to an
untimely end .... Phrase Origins: Where did the term "brownie points" come from?
Why were ...