There are 3 definitions of oke in English:

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Pronunciation: /əʊk
 
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noun

Variant spelling of oka.

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Pronunciation: əˈnɒm(ə)ləs
adjective
deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected

There are 3 definitions of oke in English:

oke2

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Pronunciation: /əʊk
 
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(also okie)

noun (plural okes or okies)

South African informal
1A man: who’s that oke talking to your sister?
More example sentences
  • I used to laugh at the okes on mud island slaving away in the freezing cold.
  • He's an awesome oke, nothing like you would imagine him to be.
  • It's about time, at least this okie's offering a smile for your two-bucks.
1.1 (okie) Used to refer to or address a boy or, patronizingly, a man: ‘Where’s the studio?’ I asked the reception okie

Origin

shortened form of okie, anglicized form of Afrikaans outjie 'little chap'.

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There are 3 definitions of oke in English:

oke3

Syllabification: oke

Entry from US English dictionary

exclamation adjective adverb noun & verb

Another term for okay.

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