What is the full form of OK??

@mikhatri (120)
India
March 26, 2009 2:34am CST
Hi frndz, i was just wondering about the full form of 'OK'. The term 'OK' we alwayz use in our day to day life, many times a day, even i speak it many times a day, but what does it mean?? I found on the internet but there are different full form of it, some peope says 'OK' means 'ONE KILL' some say's 'ONE KISS' or 'ONE KICK'.....hahahaha, so, anybody knows the proper meaning of 'OK'....:)??
4 responses
@Informer (803)
• India
26 Mar 09
Hi Mikhatri, Ya you are right that most people don't know the meaning of "OK". AS I know about this word, full form of OK is " All Correct" which in short is written as "OK". ... happy MyLotting
@mikhatri (120)
• India
26 Mar 09
If 'OK' stands for 'ALL CORRECT' so why don't we say 'AC' instead of 'OK'....
@Informer (803)
• India
27 Mar 09
Dear Friend, It's not the abreviation.. Just take 1st letter of 1st word and 2nd letter of 2nd word.. This is the pronounciation which is behind it. Just pronounce the word OK or All Correct and you'll be able to get the note....
• India
14 Dec 10
actually its Ool Korrect !! which is pronounced as all correct. actually in old times people were very confused about how to spell things. so they used to spell all correct as that OOL KORRECT. and hence , OK was derived.
@oderog (733)
• Kenya
26 Mar 09
Even for me I do not very well OK in full form, but in computers terms I think is Right, while i guess OK should written as Okay.
@mikhatri (120)
• India
26 Mar 09
Thnx for the comment oderog...keep mylotting.
@mhayfie (242)
• Philippines
26 Mar 09
In some point your right with those meanings..But OK is just used a colloquial language in english wherein the proper meaning would be approval...But the problem is that were not into formal discusions and dialogue always in our everyday living..So that we cannot see if what is ok really means...I thing if we put into normal, i mean formal discussions then the proper usage of ok is approval...Since theres no such word as ok with those meaning in the field of formal language...I think its a real problem in language, so i may suggest that when were talking to someone analize all the words being uttered... Happy mylotting
@mikhatri (120)
• India
26 Mar 09
Thnx for the comment....now somethings are clear about 'OK'.
@cuttyrish (2657)
• United States
26 Mar 09
the full form is okay...okay, sometimes spelled as OK, is a is a colloquial English word denoting approval, assent, or acknowledgment, and sometimes it can also denote compliance. As an adjective it means adequate or acceptable.
@mikhatri (120)
• India
26 Mar 09
Now i am understanding lil bit.....thnx for sharing your knowledge??