Oke meaning

ōk
In Turkey, Egypt, and other countries of the Near East, a unit of weight equal to about 234 lb (1.3 kilograms)
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(historical or obsolete) A Turkish, Egyptian, Hungarian and Wallachian unit of weight, equal to about 2 & 3/4 lbs.
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(South Africa, slang) Man; guy; bloke.
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Origin of oke

  • Turkish okka, from Arabic أوقية (Å«qÄ«ya), وقية (wiqÄ«ya), probably from Ancient Greek οὐγκία (ounkia, “an ounce"), from Latin uncia.

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