How Do You Spell OAK?

Correct spelling for the English word "oak" is [ˈəʊ_k], [ˈə͡ʊk], [ˈə‍ʊk]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of OAK

  1. There are six Hebrew words rendered "oak." 'El occurs only in the word El-paran ( Genesis 14:6 ). The LXX. renders by "terebinth." In the plural form this word occurs in Isaiah 1:29 ; 57:5 (A.V. marg. and RSV, "among the oaks"); 61:3 ("trees"). The word properly means strongly, mighty, and hence a strong tree.

Common Misspellings for OAK

Below is the list of 191 misspellings for the word "oak".

Usage Examples for OAK

  1. Only a few days now until she would ride down to Oak Creek Canyon! - "The Call of the Canyon" by Zane Grey
  2. He did not sport his oak- if people came to see him he would rather like it: in some odd way it would be more satisfactory than that he should go to see them- but people did not often come to see him. - "The Prelude to Adventure" by Hugh Walpole
  3. As soon as you turn off you'll see some bushes, and opposite them there is a way- mark- a large oak, one with branches- and that's the way. - "Master and Man" by Leo Tolstoy
  4. When it became ours indeed we often thought of this, and the oak has ever since been called the " Wishing Tree." - "Lady-John-Russell" by MacCarthy, Desmond
  5. He did, indeed, seem the " perfect flower of his age," although she was not so sure of the oak- like qualities. - "A Knight Of The Nineteenth Century" by E. P. Roe