06/07/2018 oll korrect (idiomatic, dated) All right; okay.
1869, Charles Godfrey Leland, Hans Breitmann’s Barty and other Ballads, John Camden Hotten, p.
43 (Google preview): It is a curious fact that the telegraph clerks in England and America employ the letters #O.
when they send a telegram that a message has been received Oll Korrect.
14/04/2010 Today I found out what # OK # stands for, namely # oll korrect #.
So how does that make any sense at all?
I#m glad you asked, because otherwise this article would have been way to short to publish.
The time was 1839.
09/01/2017 OK stands for #oll korrect #, or #all correct#.
I hear you ask.
Nowadays people don#t even say # OK #.
They just give this hand symbol.
The etymology of OK was masterfully explained by the distinguished Columbia University professor Allen Walker Read in a series of articles in the journal American Speech in 1963 and 1964.
The letters, not to keep you guessing, stand for #oll korrect.
, OK stands for #oll korrect #, or #ole kurreck#, and comes from an abbreviation trend which was popular in Boston, MA, back in the 1830s.
Other popular abbreviations at the time were NG, (#no go#), GT (#gone to Texas#) and SP (#small potatoes#).
Although the history and origin of OK acronym has been widely discussed time to time that when the word OK has been started.
So many questions arise; is it OK – Oll correct, OK – Ole Kurrect, OK – All Correct, OK # All Korrect or the various versions which is available from past to present.
10/06/2019 Ok (Okay) is a colloquial English word denoting approval, acceptance, assent, or acknowledgment.
OK is a word listed in dictionaries as an adjective or an adverb, meaning all right.
OK , in fact stands for #oll korrect #, or #ole kurreck#, and comes.
OK stands for ‘oll korrect ‘, or ‘ole kurreck’, and comes from an abbreviation trend which was popular in Boston, MA, back in the 1830s.
Other popular abbreviations at the time were NG, (‘no go’), GT (‘gone to Texas’) and SP (‘small potatoes’).
The original term OK was originated in America back in the 1830s which actually was an abbreviation to the misspelled term ” Oll Korrect “.
The word “Okay” didn’t appear until 1895.
Nowadays, as you may already know that OK is widely used around social media thus is fashion but it too has got funny alternatives such as Okie Dokie, K, Okeh, etc.