Does שנה not add anything here? I put "calendar of the year" to distinguish from, say, a weekly calendar, which would presumably be לוח שבוע, and לוח by itself could mean either of these.
I will reply here too, in case somebody else has the same question - לוח by itself rarely means לוח שנה, not without context. The term is לוח שנה - calendar.
A לוח is like a table, a graph, a chart. So לוח שנה is "table of the year": "calendar".
So for another example, לוח שידורים is the TV listings/schedule, literally "table of broadcasts".
לוח means board
What does לטף mean?
You mean לאף?
It in itself doesn't mean anything (except "to a nose"), but the phrase אף אחד means nobody
Funny, but I thought this meant "nobody is without a calendar" :) Then, how would you say that in Hebrew?
לאף אחד לא חסר לוח שנה
Thank you for your answer!!! I had to look up חסר in the dictionary though, as I had never come across that word up to now...
Look up חבר, אתה חסר, and you will never forget this word.