from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A Turkish, Egyptian, Hungarian and Wallachian unit of weight, equal to about 2 & 3/4 lbs.
- n. man; guy; bloke
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A Turkish and Egyptian weight, equal to about 23/4 pounds.
- n. An Hungarian and Wallachian measure, equal to about 21/2 pints.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of oak.
- n. A Turkish unit of weight, used also in Greece, equal to about 2¾ pounds avoirdupois.
- n. A variant of auk.
The eyo masqurade parade began by traders from badagry on lagos island. the point of performance then was known as oke ita which was later found to be the lagoon end of Glover road, ikoyi Lagos.
No documentation acceptable to the OED editors has been found for the mirage that O.K. represents an American Indian word oke meaning ` it is, 'or French au quai, or a West African word brought to America by slaves, or an abbreviation of "Old Kinderhook."
She, he, anyone, would certainly be "oke" by then.
David Moseley is disgusted by the way people judge Herschelle Gibbs, when he knows from experience what a good "oke" he is.
June 9, 2009 6: 54 PM darkclee wat do u mean o, i am an ara oke so tread carefully. archiwiz
June 9, 2009 5: 10 PM the guy is just a jack-ass. where is he from? he must be a well fed ara oke. aloted
Funny enough as i am reading this a naija channel is on and I can here them screaming oshodi oke ... lol ..
Her words Barack Obama would be "a good friend to Israel" if elected. what is that all about she should check your self ASP. what aj oke I'm so glad she didn't win.
Don't fall for the oke doke, the media trying to spin this.
Skulking across the stage, he crafts the tune so brilliantly, and with such amazing timing, that near the finale, he ends the regularly sung lyric "she broke, but its oke," with "she's broke ..." and ... no words, just a casual shrug of his shoulders.