Meaning of well-calved in English:

well-calved

adjective

archaic
  • Of a person's leg: having a fine calf. Also of a person: having fine calves.

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in David Garrick (1717–1779), actor and playwright. From well + calved.

Pronunciation

well-calved

/ˌwɛlˈkɑːvd/