The angle formed by the inner sides of the legs where they join the human trunk; SYN. fork.
ETYM AS. forc, from Latin furca. Related to Fourché, Furcate.
1. An agricultural tool used for lifting or digging; has a handle and metal prongs.
2. Fork used for serving and eating.
A long-handled fork for turning or lifting hay.
A long-handled tool with sharp widely spaced prongs for lifting and pitching hay.
ETYM Cf. Dutch prangen to pinch, press, lg. prange a stick, or w. procio to thrust, Eng. prowl, pang.
2. A tine of a fork.
3. A slender pointed or projecting part: as a fang of a tooth; a point of an antler.
4. Something resembling a prong, a pointed projection.