Yearly vs Calf - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between yearly and calf
is that yearly
is something that is published once a year while calf
is a young cow or bull or calf
can be (anatomy) the back of the leg below the knee.
As an adjective yearly
is happening once every year.
As an adverb yearly
is once a year.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Happening once every year.
- a yearly income
- Christmas is a yearly celebration.
* per annum
Once a year.
Something that is published once a year.
From (etyl) cealf, from (etyl) .
A young cow or bull.
Leather made of the skin of the calf; especially, a fine, light-coloured leather used in bookbinding.
A young elephant, seal or whale (also used of some other animals).
A chunk of ice broken off of a larger glacier, ice shelf, or iceberg.
A small island, near a larger island.
A cabless railroad engine.
(informal, dated) An awkward or silly boy or young man; any silly person; a dolt.
- the Calf of Man
- some silly, doting, brainless calf
(etyl) kalfi, possibly derived from the same Germanic root as ().
(anatomy) The back of the leg below the knee.
The muscle in the back of the leg below the knee.
* 1988 , Steve Holman, "Christian Conquers Columbus", , 47 (6): 28-34.
- Sure, his calves are a little weak, but the rest of his physique is so overwhelming, he should place high.