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Calf (leg) - Wikipedia


The calf (Latin: sura) is the back portion of the lower leg in human anatomy. The muscles within the calf correspond to the posterior compartment of the leg.

Calves | Define Calves at Dictionary.com


young cow," Old English cealf young cow," from West Germanic *kalbam (cf. Middle Dutch calf, Old Norse kalfr, German Kalb, Gothic kalbo), perhaps from PIE  ...

Calves or Calfs? | Grammarly


How to Use “Calves” and “Calfs” Correctly. Marko Ticak ·. Spelling · English · Usage. Share it. Tweet it. Sharing options. Pin it · Share on Linkedin · Share on ...

Calf | Definition of Calf by Merriam-Webster


Define calf: the young of the domestic cowalso : that of a closely related mammal (as a bison) — calf in a sentence.

Calves vs. calfs - Grammarist


Calves is the standard plural of calf in all its senses. Two young cows are calves, and the back portions of your lower legs are also calves. Calfs has never been ...

The Calf Muscle (Human Anatomy): Diagram, Function, Location


WebMD provies information about the antomy of the calf muscle including the function, conditions affecting the calf including injuries, and much more.

calf - Wiktionary


From Middle English calf, from Old English cealf, from Proto-Germanic *kalbaz ( compare Dutch kalf, German Kalb, Danish kalv), from Proto-Indo-European ...

Calf Exercises & Calf Workouts - Bodybuilding.com


Calf exercises and workouts. Learn from experts using our Calf exercise database filled with detailed instructions and video.

Calves: Exercises, Anatomy And Tips! - Bodybuilding.com


May 17, 2013 ... Find out what exercises work best for your Calves! The smarter you are, the bigger you'll get!