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Full form of RUOK: Here, we are going to learn about the RUOK, RUOK – which is an abbreviation of Are You Okay? Email jargon, etc.
Submitted by Anushree Goswami, on March 14, 2020

RUOK: Are You Okay?

RUOK is an abbreviation of "Are You Okay?".

It is an expression, which is commonly used in messaging or chatting on social media networking sites like Facebook, Yahoo Messenger, and Gmail, etc. It is used to indicate a circumstance on the social media online chat, when during a conversation a person wants to ask the person that if he/she is ok or not. It is quite easy to say and easily understandable by all.

So, normally it shows that either he or she on the social media platform regard as likely to perform the conversation is regarding the other person when the first person wants to ask about how the other person is.

Example of online conversation:

    1.	Person1: Hi, I can't come to office today, I met with an accident.
    2.	Person2: Oh, RUOK?
    3.	Person1: Yeah, I got a little knock on my leg from the pole, I'll come tomorrow.
    4.	Person2: Ok, take rest, BFN, I'll come to see you in the evening.
    5.	Person1: Ok, Bye.

Example 2:

    1.	Person1: Hey, myself Alisha, remember?
    2.	Person2: Hi Alisha, How are you, RUOK?
    3.	Person1: Yeah I am fine.

This kind of circumstance normally arises in conversations of social media online chatting or messaging. Now, these days, the demands of acronyms are very high on social media online chatting or messaging, so the users usually use RUOK as a replacement for Are You Okay?.

While this slang is very common in gaming and chatting platform, still many are unaware of this slang. But it is very easy and time managing as well, and with the letters with which it is written in the social media platform, it easily depicts the value behind the slang.

In the corporate industry too, these slangs are common and used in a very large manner. The industry itself likes those employees who are smart enough and stay updated with such digital languages which are familiar, easy and are good at time management.

So, in the future whenever you want to ask someone if they are okay or not, simply ask RUOK instead of Are You Okay?.

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