1. CrackBerry Question's Avatar
    does this word "calfs" exist?
    is it a legitimate word for use in scrabble?
    I think it is not , yet it was accepted in my current game.
    07-19-14 08:47 PM
  2. eldricho's Avatar
    Looks like only 'calves' exist

    http://grammarist.com/usage/calves-calfs/

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    07-19-14 09:06 PM
  3. baarn's Avatar
    Main Entry: 1calf
    Pronunciation: \?kaf, ?kf, dial also ?k?f\
    Function: noun
    Inflected Form(s): plural calves \?kavz, ?ka?vz, ?k?vz\ also calfs
    Usage: often attributive
    Etymology: Middle English, from Old English cealf; akin to Old High German kalb calf
    Date: before 12th century
    1 a : the young of the domestic cow ; also : that of a closely related mammal (as a bison) b : the young of various large animals (as the elephant or whale) 2 plural calfs : the hide of the domestic calf ; especially : calfskin 3 : an awkward or silly youth
    ? calflike \?kaf-?l?k, ?kf-, dial also ?k?f-\ adjective
    ? in calf : pregnant ?used of a cow

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    07-20-14 05:21 AM
  4. baarn's Avatar
    Oops. Didn't cut and paste well. Was a quote from Mirriam-Webster. Calfs does exist but is IMO extremely uncommon in use.

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    07-20-14 05:23 AM
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