South African slang for a person or a man. Normally associated with somebody that you do not know. Pronouned oak
What does that oke think he is doing? Meaning: What does that person (or man) think he is doing?
Comes from one of South Africa local languages, namely Xhosa. It means friend. English South African have adopted this word as one of there own. Often used as chommy.
Howzit my chom. Or howzit my chom? Meaning: Hello or how are you my friend.
Hey chommy, wassup? Menaing: Hey my frind, what you up to?