Answered By: Patrick Ward Date: created: Jun 25 2020

What does Okey Dokey mean?

I’ll be there in a minute1 —used to express assent “I’ll be there in a minute.” “Okey dokey.”.

Answered By: Oscar Perry Date: created: Jan 30 2021

What does Yassas mean in Greek?

yassas = hello or goodbye – γειά σας. A greeting to more people or a more formal and polite way to greet an unknown person.

Answered By: Nathan Coleman Date: created: Jul 06 2020

What does daxi mean in Greek?

“Endaxi”—or just “daxi”—means essentially, “It’s all okay, nothing to worry about.” In Greece, any dispute or misunderstanding at a restaurant or store can generally be resolved with “daxi”—let’s just not worry about it now. It’s all fine.

Answered By: Noah Brown Date: created: Dec 05 2020

Who first used the word OK?

Still others falsely thought that president Martin Van Buren had invented the term in his presidential campaign, which used the slogan “Vote for OK” in reference to both his hometown and his nickname, Old Kinderhook, the Economist writes. But Van Buren only popularized the term, Read found, not invented it.

Answered By: Cole Kelly Date: created: Oct 26 2020

Is OK Greek word?

One theory: it came from the Greek phrase “ola kala,” which means all good. And then there’s the Choctaw word “okeh,” which sounds like and means okay. President Woodrow Wilson reportedly thought it was the “correct” spelling of the word, and would OK documents with “okeh.”

Answered By: John Brooks Date: created: Dec 14 2020

What does O and K stand for in OK?

Old KinderhookDuring the presidential campaign, candidate Martin Van Buren was supported by a political club in his home town of Old Kinderhook originally called the “Oll Korrect” club. The name was later changed to “Old Kinderhook” and then shortened to “O.K.”.

Answered By: Harry Gonzales Date: created: Jul 19 2020

What is OK full form?

OK: Olla Kalla or Oll Korrect OK (also spelled as okay, ok, or O.K.) is a word used to denote acceptance, agreement, approval, or acknowledgment. … This is a very common word used in conversation when we agree with the other.

Answered By: Christopher Ward Date: created: Mar 29 2020

Where did the term okay come from?

There may be more stories about the origin of “OK” than there are uses for it: it comes from the Haitian port “Aux Cayes,” from Louisiana French au quai, from a Puerto Rican rum labeled “Aux Quais,” from German alles korrekt or Ober-Kommando, from Chocktaw okeh, from Scots och aye, from Wolof waw kay, from Greek olla …

Answered By: Gilbert Watson Date: created: May 29 2021

What is the most used word in the world?

‘The’ is the most used word in the English-speaking world because it’s an essential part of grammar and communication.

Answered By: Gerld Thompson Date: created: Oct 19 2020

Where does OK come from zero killed?

What’s the origin of the word ‘Okay’? Okay is such a short word and the origin of it causes so much dispute. ‘Old Kinderhook’ – nickname of President Martin van Buren. ‘Aux quais’ – the mark put on bales of cotton in Mississippi river ports. ‘0 killed’ – the report of the night’s death toll during the First World War.

Answered By: Donald Torres Date: created: Jan 20 2021

What is the most beautiful word?

“Cellar Door” One of the most famous theories comes from Lord of the Rings author J.R.R. Tolkien, who proposed in a 1955 speech that “cellar door” is the most beautiful word (or phrase) in the English language.

Answered By: John Garcia Date: created: May 26 2021

What is Tarnation mean?

Noun. tarnation (countable and uncountable, plural tarnations) (archaic) The act or process of damnation or reprobation; hell.

Answered By: Harry Sanchez Date: created: Jun 03 2020

What does Okie Dokie mean?

okayOkie dokie means “ok”, okay, or fine. It’s just a slang version of saying ok, as in “I’m going to the store, ok?” “Dokie” by itself does not mean anything at all. You would never use it except as part of “okie dokie”.

Answered By: Justin Brooks Date: created: Apr 15 2021

When did OK start being used?

23 March 1839On 23 March 1839, OK was introduced to the world on the second page of the Boston Morning Post, in the midst of a long paragraph, as “o.k. (all correct)”.

Answered By: Geoffrey Rodriguez Date: created: Jul 16 2020

What does Greek OK mean?

Okay means yes. That you are in agreement or that you understood. The equivalent of okay in greek language is: en-DA-ksee (that’s how you pronounce it) OR in greek language is pronounced EE as in grEEk.



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