Turkey has a guinea fowl after which the American bird is named. (The English naming came following the period of time when Europeans imported domesticated "curcan" breeds from Mexico. So, is "curcan" a variation of the word "turkey", or is there a clear Slavic model for the word, without any derivation from a reference to the country of Turkey - I wonder?
On another note: the breastbone (or "wishbone", per American superstition) [where the two collarbones meet] is called the "furcular" in science; thus we can explain the Romanian word for "fork". (Tyrannosaurus rex and Velociraptor dinosaurs had such "furculars" 150 million years ago.)