Ok Full form - What is the full form of ok

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What is the full form of OK? This question must have come into your mind at some time or the other. Most people believe that OK is a short form of the word Okey, which means 'okay' if it is said in Hindi, but in reality, it is not. You may be surprised to know that the word Ok is very old in history.

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Today, through this article, what is the full form of OK, we will tell you that the full form of Ok is in Hindi, as well as we will tell you that the word Ok has been originated, which more full form of the word Ok. It is believed that how is the word Ok used, and where is the use of Ok Full Form in Hindi, etc. So let's start without delay

What did you learn today?

1. What is OK's full name
2. Does OK really have a full form?
3. Full form of OK in Hindi (Full form of OK in Hindi)
4. Can the word Ok have originated?
5. Other full forms of OK
6. How is the word Ok used?
7. What did you learn today


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. OK expand as Olla Kalla. It is a Greek word that means All correct. This is a very common word used in conversation when we agree with the other. It is also used in chat.

Ok is very famous and world most popular word and almost speach everywhere let's see what is meaning of ok in a different country 

International usage of the OK word

In India, it is often used after a sentence to mean "did you get it?", often not regarded politely, for example, "I want this job done, OK?" or at the end of a conversation (mostly on the phone) followed by "bye" as in "OK, bye."

In Indonesia, OK is also used as a slogan of the national television station RCTI since the year 1994.

In Pakistan, OK has become a part of the Urdu and Punjabi languages.

In Germany, OK is spelled as o.k. or O.K. or okay. It may be pronounced as in English, but /ɔˈkeː/ or /oˈkeː/ are also common.
The meaning ranges from acknowledgment to describing something neither good nor bad, the same as in US/UK usage.

In Maldivian Okay is used in different ways, often used to agree with something, more often used while departing from a gathering "Okay Dahnee/Kendee."

In Singapore, OK is often used with suffixes used in "Singlish" such as OK or, OK lah, OK meh, OK Leh, which are used on different occasions.

How did the word Ok originate?

The history of the word Ok is about 180 years old. According to the universality, the word Ok originated from the country of America in the 19th century. Many people believe that Ok originated due to incorrect pronunciation.

But the word Ok originated as a satire or a joke. In the 19th century, it was popular to use any word as a satire and people used to pronounce the words intentionally in a funny manner.

Similarly, the word Ok was first used in a mocking manner in 1839 in Charles Gordon Greene's office, and he used the term to edit an article in the Boston Morning Post on 23 March 1839 in which the word Oll Korrect was used.

Oll Korrect is a mispronunciation of the word All Correct which was deliberately used as a sarcastic remark. All Correct means 'all is well' in Hindi. After this, the Short Form Ok of Oll Korrect began to be used and the word Ok became popular throughout America. This word became so popular that today it is used all over the world.

According to Wikipedia, the word Ok is a short form of Ole Kurreck which is derived from American English. Now, in many places like social media chatting, etc., the short form of Ok is also being used as K.

You must have seen the word Ok written in big letters in many products. When Ok is used in a product, then its full form is 'Objection Killed', which means 'no objection remaining' in Hindi.

Another full form of OK 
  1. All correct
  2. Okay
  3. Objection killed
  4. Objection Knock
  5. All Clear

How is the word ok used?

The word Ok is used differently, let's understand -

Examples -

1. I am Ok, ie I am fine.
2. You are Ok, that means you are fine
3. My all is going well, that is, I am doing well.
4. I have made the condition of my car perfectly ok, that is, I have made the condition of my car perfectly or very good.

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