- forked or divided into two at the extremity or in extremities: a lion's tail fourché; a cross fourché.
Origin of fourché
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Examples from the Web for fourche
Since your son-in-law goes to Fourche to-morrow, perhaps he can take her.
It's one Léonard, widow of one Guérin, who lives at Fourche.
Not to Fourche, but to Ormeaux, where she is going to stay the rest of the year.
As your son-in-law is going to Fourche to-morrow, he can just as well take her.
All that Germain could learn was that the girl and the child had gone in the direction of Fourche.