OKA

oca, oka, Oxalis tuberosa, Oxalis crenata

(noun) South American wood sorrel cultivated for its edible tubers

oka

(noun) a Turkish liquid unit equal to 1.3 pints

oka

(noun) a Turkish unit of weight equal to about 2.75 pounds

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Etymology 1

Proper noun

Oka

A river in central Russia, the largest right tributary of the Volga.

Etymology 2

Proper noun

Oka

A small village, a suburb of Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Noun

Oka (uncountable)

(Canadian) A kind of pungent, semi-soft cheese, originally made by Trappist monks in Oka, Quebec.

Etymology 3

Proper noun

Oka

An ancient town in Bithynia in modern Turkey.

The capital city of the Akoko South-West, Ondo, Nigeria.

An unincorporated community in Calhoun County, West Virginia, United States.

A common family/surname among Marathi Chitpawan Brahmins of Western India. Also spelt as Oke and Oak.

Anagrams

• A-OK, AOK, Kao, OAK, koa, oak

Etymology

Noun

oka (plural okas)

(historical) A former Turkish, Egyptian, Hungarian, and Romanian unit of weight, usually of a little more than a kilogram.

A unit of volume in Egypt (and formerly Turkey) corresponding to about 1.2 litres.

Meronyms

• (subdivisions of the unit of weight): dirhem or dram; ounce; cheki; rottol or rotl

• (superdivisions of the unit of weight): batman; kantar or quintal

Anagrams

• A-OK, AOK, Kao, OAK, koa, oak

Source: Wiktionary



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