A rather ubiquitous word that can function as nearly any part of speech (with the exception of antecedent in a prepositional phrase). The origin of the word seems to lie with the nighttime vision of a particular Russian bass, in which her heard the word four times. Furthur speculation resulted in the determination that three others had been complicit in the vision process - the order of the four in the beds in the hotel room precipitated a group vision in which each said a successive number (i.e. "one", "two", "three"), ending with the Russian bass who mysteriously uttered the ubiquitous word. Furthur ruminations would hold that the vision may have been pre-precipitated by the said bass riding down Rte. 101 in a Porsche, but was discarded due to the differential spelling. The true meaning of the word has yet to be fully realized - but all hope for a new insight daily.
"The fourche-eyed Christine..."
"One, two, three, fourche, fourche, fourche, fourche..."
"Extremely menacing vibrations..."