What are the"picks"(?) of forks called?
You know, the part of the fork no one knows the name for, haha. I seen the definition/word a couple of days ago, but I didn't really bother to remember it. But today I was at a lost for words when I tried to think of what its called.
They are called the tines. I'm not sure of the origin. Interesting question
Everyone know the names of them - Tines, they are called tines.
yes, they're called tines!! hubpages says my answer is too short....so yes, I agree with all answers...they're called tines!!
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