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oke

noun \ ˈōk \
variants: or oka \ˈōkə\

Definition of oke

plural -s
:any of three units of weight varying around 2.8 pounds and used respectively in Greece, Turkey, and Egypt

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Origin and Etymology of oke

French, New Greek & Turkish; French oque, from New Greek & Turkish; New Greek oka, from Turkish okka, from Arabic ūqīyah, probably from Greek oungia, ounkia ounce, from Latin uncia


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oke

noun \ ˈōkā \

Definition of oke

plural -s

Origin and Etymology of oke

by shortening & alteration


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