divide into two branches or forks.”just below Cairo the river bifurcates” · [more]synonyms:branch · split · divide · subdivide · separate · part · diverge · go in different directions · go separate ways · split in two · branch off · furcate · divaricate · ramifyADJECTIVEforked; branched.”a bifurcate tree”synonyms:branching · branched · diverging · Y-shaped · V-shaped · pronged · divided · split · separated · divaricate
(bĭ-tīmz′)adv.Archaic1. In good time; early: “A beneficent microclimate brings out the camellias betimes”(John Russell).2. Once in a while; on occasion.3. Quickly; soon. CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
noundesire, longing, wish, hope, urge, yen(informal), pining, hunger, ache, craving, yearning, itch, thirst. CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
(kwoʊˈtɪd i ən)
adj.1. daily: a quotidian report.2. ordinary; everyday.3. recurring daily: quotidian fever.n.4. something recurring daily.5. a quotidian fever or ague. CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
NOUNthe side of a coin or medal bearing the head or principal design.
the opposite or counterpart of a fact or truth. Cite: http://www.freedictionary.com
v.To keep oneself from doing something; hold back; refrain: forbear from making a comment.2. To be tolerant or patient in the face of provocation.v.tr.1. To refrain from; resist: forbore criticizing them.2. To restrain oneself so as not (to do something): “He saw that she was preoccupied, and forbore to question her”(Thomas Hardy).CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
a window that projects vertically from a sloping roof. CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
A to-do or fuss: CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
incite; instigate rebellion: to foment a riot.
Not to be confused with:ferment – agitation; unrest; excitement: The city was in the grip of political ferment