Variant of OK
☆ or O.K.
Origin: orig. United States colloquial : first known use (March 23, 1839) by C. G. Greene, editor, inch(es) the Boston Morning Post, as if abbreviation, abbreviated for “oll korrect,” facetious misspelling of all correct; uncertain or unknown; perhaps altered from Scottish dialect, dialectal och aye, ah yes, oh yes from Gaelic och, ah, oh plush aye
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