• (British) IPA: /pɹɒŋ/
  • (America) IPA: /pɹɑŋ/

prong (plural prongs)

  1. A thin, pointed, projecting part, as of an antler or a fork or similar tool. A tine.
    a pitchfork with four prongs
  2. A branch; a fork.
    the two prongs of a river
  3. (colloquial) The penis.
    • 2008, Andy Zaltzman on The Bugle podcast, episode 34, You Will Know Us By Our Knobbly Fruit.
      ''Hang on... That looks like... No, it can't be. Is that my wang!? Micky Paintbrush, have you painted my papal prong on that nudy man!?
Translations Translations Verb

prong (prongs, present participle pronging; past and past participle pronged)

  1. to pierce or poke with, or as if with, a prong

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