sometimes, it helps to enter a text in google so it lists results that include the correct spelling. You can copy the correct spelling from the search results into Google Translate. That is how I did it for this one. It did require a bit of scrolling down to find a hit with the exact spelling.
Ah, the French heraldry does not know 'fourchy.' Fourché means 'forked' and is how the Dutch lion is described. We still use French for that.
The lion on the shield is that of Nassau. William of Nassau led the revolt against the King of Spain. The lion as symbol of that revolt got a sword and a bundle of arrows. This symbol of the Dutch states was adopted by the Nassau lion that is now the Dutch lion.