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mk

ad012; analogy
fine; used so signify agreement or concurrence Often times patterns in our inflections of words prompt the coining of new words which has meaning characterized by the way the word sounds. The word mk was coined as a alternate term for saying ok, just in faster speech. These incidents represent patterns in our language which tend to spell things in the various ways in which they can sound.
 
Text Message: “Mk that’s sounds fine.”
Etymology : Analogous with the term ok (or okay.) However it could be debated that the phrase is from blending and clipping of m (from mph!) + k (from ok). The word ok is derived by abbreviation of the phrase oll korrect or oll correct.
Source : Marcus K.
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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