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A fork is a utensil for eating and cooking.
Fork may also refer to:
- Broadfork, for breaking up the soil
- Garden fork, a pronged tool designed for digging
- Heretic's fork, a historical torture device
- Bicycle fork, the part of a bicycle to which the front wheel is attached
- Motorcycle fork, the portion of a motorcycle that holds the front wheel
- Tuning fork, a vibrating device used to tune musical instruments
- Bident, a two-pronged spear-like weapon
- Pitchfork, a tined farm implement used to lift and pitch hay and perform other tasks
- Trident, a three-pronged spear-like weapon
- Winnowing fork, a tined implement used to throw mixtures of grain and chaff into windy air, and thus separate them
- Military fork, a pole weapon used in war between the 15th and 19th centuries
- Fork (road), a type of intersection where the road splits
- The "fork" holding a caster
- Fork–join model, a way of designing and executing parallel computations.
- Fork (system call), a method of creating new processes by splitting running ones.
- Fork bomb, a type of malware that creates many new processes.
- Fork (software development), when a piece of software or other work is split into two branches or variations of development.
- Fork (file system), a part of a file in certain filesystems.
- Fork, Maryland, a town in the United States
- Forks, Washington, a town in the United States
- Fork Township (disambiguation), several districts in the United States
- Fork, Iran (disambiguation), places in Iran
- A tributary of a river or other stream; designations "West Fork" (WFK) and "East Fork" (NFK) are fairly common in some areas
- Forked tongue, a natural bifurcation that occurs in some animals
- Fork (chess), a situation in chess where one piece simultaneously attacks two or more opposing pieces, usually resulting in the loss of an enemy piece
- Morton's fork, a choice between two equally unpleasant alternatives (in other words, a dilemma), or two lines of reasoning that lead to the same unpleasant conclusion
- Operation Fork, the invasion of Iceland by the British during WWII
- Bifurcation (disambiguation)
- Fork in the road (disambiguation)
- The Forks (disambiguation)
- Forks (disambiguation)
- Furca (disambiguation) ("Fork" in Latin)
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