I. noun Etymology: Middle English pronge Date: 15th century 1. fork 2. a tine of a fork 3. a slender pointed or projecting part: as a. a fang of a tooth b. a point of an antler 4. something resembling a prong II. transitive verb Date: 1816 to stab, pierce, or break up with a pronged device

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