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The term okay comes from the Civil War: every day, the Northern General Staff compiled the number of losses by sector, in a register indicating the number of killed next to a K for "Killed", which gave 25K 12K etc. ... The good days, in the good sectors, are those where one had no death, that is to say 0 K, become afterwards OK.