The Correct spelling is: scarf
Common misspellings of the word scarf are:
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n., pl. scarfs (skÃ¤rfs) or scarves (skÃ¤rvz).
tr.v., scarfed, scarfÂ·ing, scarfs.
- A long piece of cloth worn about the head, neck, or shoulders.
- A decorative cloth for covering the top of a piece of furniture; a runner.
- A sash indicating military rank.
- To dress, cover, or decorate with or as if with a scarf.
- To wrap (an outer garment) around one like a scarf.
[French dialectal escarpe, sash, sling, from Old North French, variant of Old French escherpe, pilgrim's bag hung from the neck, from Frankish *skirpja, small rush, from Latin scirpus, rush.]