divided into or made up of two parts.
To divide into two branches.
Latin bis = double, and furco = fork, hence to divide into two.
branching or forking evenly into two lobes.
Partly divided into two parts (cleft, forked).
branched, forming a fork.
from the Latin bi, twice and furca, fork]: To separate, split, or divide.
having two branches or divisions; forked
To branch into two parts.
split or divide into two
divide into two branches; "The road bifurcated"
adj. Dividing into two
A trial that is divided into two stages definition: one to decide guilt or innocence, and another to decide the amount of damages.
' r k t') Branched or forked, as in the tongue of a snake or monitor lizard.
Forked, as some Y-shaped hairs.
divided into two branches of equal or unequal length; often used to describe the branching pattern of gills (particularly in the genus Russula)
Dividing into two branches. ( 14)