furcate[ adjective fur-keyt, -kit; verb fur-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF furcate
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FURCATE
The capillitium is very even the taeniae closely wound, the elater-ends often furcate.
Furcate: forked; divided nto two approximately equal divisions.
In many species, notably in the genus Thomisus, a furcate mark seems to shadow the forked aorta.
By-spines very numerous, half as long as the radius, furcate, with divergent fork-branches.
"forked," 1819, from Medieval Latin furcatus, from Latin furca (see fork). As a verb, from 1828 (implied in furcated).