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Variant spelling of okooko.

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v. To be red like blood; to be red with heat. See KOKO.

s. A heat so intense as to be red. Dan. 3:22. A red heat.

adj. Boiling, as lava; lambent, as flame.

Okoko (o-kō'-ko), adj.

/ o-kō'-ko / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Boiling, as lava; lambent, as flame.

Okoko (o-kō'-ko), n.

/ o-kō'-ko / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A heat so intense as to be red; a red heat.

Okoko (o-kō'-ko), v.

/ o-kō'-ko / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Koko, blood.] To be red like blood; to be red with heat.

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