Splayd


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Splayd

(spleɪd)
n
(Tools) trademark Austral an implement combining the functions of knife, fork, and spoon
[from sp(oon) + (bl)ade]
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The knork (a combination of knife and fork); the spork (spoon and fork); the knoon (knife and spoon), the sucket spoon (fork and spoon); and the splayd.
A chap in Australia devised something similar 60 years ago and called it a splayd, which sounds like a cross between a spoon and a spade, for those with large appetites, but is said to be useful for eating curries.
Mrs M Platt of Taylor Hill is the latest reader to admit to having a set of splayds. They came as a gift from Australia.