MEANING: adjective: Divided in two; two-pronged.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old English twi- (two) + forked, from forca, from Latin furca (fork, yoke). Earliest documented use: 1635.

TWOFORKED - one in each hand - can eat ambidextrously (and twice as fast).
Compare TRI-FORKED, which pushes the concept one further for polybrachiates

TWIN-FORKED - banished to southern New Mexico

TWICORKED - hermetically sealed, like some wine-bottles. An extra-long corkscrew is required to open such.