|Verzweigung englanniksi||fork de, bifurcation de, ramification de, crotch de|
: rfquotek|Bishop Joseph Butler
*: a thunderbolt with three forks.
: A road, a tree, or a stream forks.
*: forking the sheaves on the high-laden cart
*: The corn beginneth to fork.
*: The character of trees may be studied to advantage [...] in winter, when the forms of the ramification can be seen in the naked boughs [...].
*: From the left chamber or ventricle of the strong muscular mass, the heart, a large tube arises, called the aorta; and by a continued division or ramification, opens a way for the bright scarlet blood to the very minutest part of the living frame [...].
*: The treachery of some of the Jacobite agents (Rashleigh among the rest), and the arrest of others, had made George the Firsts Government acquainted with the extensive ramifications of a conspiracy long prepared, and which at last exploded prematurely [...].
*: But most often and memorably his work falls into that territory best summed up as speculative fiction, with a particular emphasis on dystopian futures and the existential ramifications of space exploration.
: There is a child sitting in a crotch of that tree.
: Every mile they rode their crotches felt worse saddlepain.
: He cringed at being kicked in the crotch.