What Does a Runcible Spoon Look like?

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A runcible spoon is a utensil resembling a spoon, but with three broad prongs at the end making it a fork as well. Edward Lear first used the name in 1871 in the poem 'The Owl and The Pussycat'. This utensil is used in serving food and sometimes in eating.
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Runcible spoon is a three-pronged fork, for example, a pickle fork that is curved like a spoon and has an edge that is used for cutting. The term 'runcible' does not have any formal meaning. It was invented by Edward Lear, who used it mostly in his work.
It is a fork-like spoon with a cutting edge.Lear used the term runcible spoon first in his poem The Owl and The Pussycat, where the two besotted animals dine on mince and slices of quince, eating them with a runcible spoon.
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I've been led to believe that a runcible spoon is an old expression meaning a spoon full of holes.Mentioned in the 'Owl and the Pussycat" poem.
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