Found 3 items, similar to Fork.
English → Indonesian
bercabang, cabang, garpu
English → English
v 1: lift with a pitchfork; “pitchfork hay”
2: place under attack with one's own pieces, of two enemy
3: divide into two or more branches so as to form a fork; “The
4: shape like a fork; “She forked her fingers”
n 1: cutlery used for serving and eating food
2: the act of branching out or dividing into branches [syn: branching
3: a part of a forked or branching shape; “he broke off one of
; “they took the south fork”
4: an agricultural tool used for lifting or digging; has a
handle and metal prongs
5: the angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they
join the human trunk [syn: crotch
English → English
, v. t.
To raise, or pitch with a fork, as hay; to dig or turn over
with a fork, as the soil.
Forking the sheaves on the high-laden cart. --Prof.
To fork over To fork out
, to hand or pay over, as money;
to cough up
. [Slang] --G. Eliot.
(f[^o]rk), n. [AS. forc, fr. L. furca. Cf.
1. An instrument consisting of a handle with a shank
terminating in two or more prongs or tines, which are
usually of metal, parallel and slightly curved; -- used
for piercing, holding, taking up, or pitching anything.
2. Anything furcate or like a fork in shape, or furcate at
the extremity; as, a tuning fork.
3. One of the parts into which anything is furcated or
divided; a prong; a branch of a stream, a road, etc.; a
barbed point, as of an arrow.
Let it fall . . . though the fork invade
The region of my heart. --Shak.
A thunderbolt with three forks. --Addison.
4. The place where a division or a union occurs; the angle or
opening between two branches or limbs; as, the fork of a
river, a tree, or a road.
5. The gibbet. [Obs.] --Bp. Butler.
(Shipbuilding), a half beam to support a deck,
where hatchways occur.
(Wood Turning), a lathe center having two prongs
for driving the work.
(a) The barbed head of an arrow.
(b) The forked end of a rod which forms part of a knuckle
. (Mining) A mine is said to be in fork, or an
engine to “have the water in fork,”
when all the water
is drawn out of the mine. --Ure.
The forks of a river
or The forks of a road
, the branches
into which it divides, or which come together to form it;
the place where separation or union takes place.
, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Forked
; p. pr. & vb. n.
1. To shoot into blades, as corn.
The corn beginneth to fork. --Mortimer.
2. To divide into two or more branches; as, a road, a tree,
or a stream forks.