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1. A separation into two parts or branches; a forking; a divergence.

2. An ambiguity of meaning; a disagreement of difference in opinion.

3. (Science: biology) a divergence of lines of colour sculpture, or of fibres at different angles.

Origin: cf. F. Divarication.