Verb > Fork

Verb – Fork

1 (no object) of a road, river, etc. : to divide into two parts

The road forks to the north and south.

2 (+ object) informal : to pay or give (money) — usually + over or out

He had to fork over half his paycheck.

The company forked out thousands of dollars to repair the damage.

3 (+ object) : to lift or throw (something) with a fork

They forked the hay into the loft.