to divide or fork into two branches.
divided into two branches.
Contemporary Examples

The Internet Splits in Two Dan Lyons December 20, 2010

Historical Examples

Expositions of Holy Scripture Alexander Maclaren
Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology John. B. Smith
The Science of Fingerprints Federal Bureau of Investigation
Report on the Radiolaria Collected by H.M.S. Challenger During the Years 1873-1876, First Part: Porulosa (Spumellaria and Acantharia) Ernst Haeckel
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Domestic Animals Richard L. Allen
A Day’s Tour Percy Fitzgerald
In Accordance with the Evidence Oliver Onions
The Science of Fingerprints Federal Bureau of Investigation

verb (ˈbaɪfəˌkeɪt)
to fork or divide into two parts or branches
adjective (ɪbaɪˈfəˌkeɪt; -kɪt)
forked or divided into two sections or branches
(bī’fər-kāt’, bī-fûr’-)
Forked or divided into two parts or branches, as the Y-shaped styles of certain flowers or the tongues of snakes.


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