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    #1

    Red face okey-doke

    What does okey-doke mean?
    Does it mean OK?
    Is the above spelt correctly?

  1. #2

    Re: okey-doke

    I think it is a colloquial term ...It means OK anyway.



    You can't say it formally, though...It is something like 'see you later , alligator'!



    I believe the correct spelling is Oki Doki.

  2. #3

    Re: okey-doke

    I think it is a colloquial term ...It means OK or alright!



    You can't say it formally, though...It is something like 'see you later , alligator'! or 'alrighty'



    I believe the correct spelling is Oki Doki.


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    #4

    Re: okey-doke

    The CALD reads as follow:

    okey-doke exclamation (ALSO okey-dokey)
    INFORMAL FOR okay (AGREED).

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    #5

    Re: okey-doke

    I use 'okey dokey'. It's common in British English.

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