Green’s Dictionary of Slang

oke adj.

[OK adj.]

(orig. US) all right.

[US]Phila. Inquirer 16 June n.p.: As in non-collegiate circles, the ponderous O. K. has given way to the snappier ‘oke.’.
[US]M. Harris ‘Facing the Mob’ in Gangland Stories Feb. [Internet] It’s all Oke with me, Joe.
[US]R. Chandler ‘Blackmailers Don’t Shoot’ in Red Wind (1946) 85: Everything’s oke except Mac’s loaded.
[Aus]Williamstown Chron. (Vic.) 15 Apr. 2/2: As a spectacle they were ‘oke,’ but not so hot I would not think, speaking, from a business viewpoint.
[Aus]L. Glassop We Were the Rats 5: It’s oke. Everythin’s jake.
[US]Green & Laurie Show Biz from Vaude to Video 570: Oke – OK.