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1prong

noun \ˈprŋ, ˈpräŋ\

: one of the long points of a fork or similar object

: one of the small metal parts of an electrical plug that fit into the holes in an outlet

Full Definition of PRONG

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

Origin of PRONG

Middle English pronge
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with PRONG

2prong

verb

Definition of PRONG

transitive verb
:  to stab, pierce, or break up with a pronged device

First Known Use of PRONG

1816

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