|Origin:||forca, from Latin furca|
a tool you use for picking up and eating food, with a handle and three or four points:
Put the knives and forks on the table.
a garden tool used for digging, with a handle and three or four points
a place where a road, river, or tree divides into two parts, or one of the parts it divides into:
the north fork of the Sacramento river
Take the left fork then go straight on.
a sudden flash of lightning with two or more lines of light
one of the two metal bars between which the front wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle is fixed