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I've learned in my 8th grade history class that OK was the abbreviation for Ol' Kinderhook, or Martin van Burin. His presidential campaign was "OK is okay."The actual term "okay" came from and is used by many languages -->
Oll KorrectOld KinderhookOld KaintuckChoctaw: okehWolof: waw-kayFrench: "Au quai"WWII War Time: "0 Killed , (Zero Killed)"
these are other terms that I have heard it used for.Thanks Mr. Dickinson!
November 16, 2010, 4:17am
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