Question: Where did Okey Dokey come from?

Whats the origin of the phrase Okey dokey? This little phrase is a variant of okay. It is 20th century American and first appears in print in a 1932 edition of American Speech.

Who created Okey dokey?

Its been said that the word is Scottish, that it originated in ancient Greece 2,000 years ago, that it got its start in Africa and migrated to the United States with African slaves.

What language is okie dokie?

okie dokie in Swedish okie dokie {interj.}

What does Okey mean?

okey - an endorsement; they gave us the O.K. to go ahead O.K., okay, okeh, OK. imprimatur, sanction, countenance, endorsement, indorsement, warrant - formal and explicit approval; a Democrat usually gets the unions endorsement

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