American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a variety of foam rubber toys.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of nerve.
“Making everything out of Nerf is no way to instill survival skills.”
“I assume race has something to do with it – it couldn’t possibly be that Nerf is a much more well known trademark strongly associated with foamguns.”
“Another toy tipped for success is an orange gun called the Nerf N-Strike Stampede ECS (£54.99), an AK-47-sized fully automatic weapon which fires foam bullets and includes a "blast shield" to deflect an incoming fire.”
“Other toys that are already becoming hard to find include Mattel's Mindflex, which measures brain activity through a helmet, a Nerf dart thrower called Nerf N Strike from Hasbro Inc. and Barbie Fashionista, who can twist her hips and strike other poses.”
“(WXYZ) Hasbro Inc. is recalling a Nerf toy that could pose a safety risk for children.”
“Searches for "American Girl," a popular series of dolls and books, spiked 70 percent over the past week compared with the same week a year earlier, while "Nerf" jumped 50 percent, according to Google data.”
“Searches for "American Girl," a popular doll and book series, spiked 70 percent over the past week, while "Nerf" jumped 50 percent, according to Google data.”
“Besides, the gun looks like it was made by "Nerf".”
“DETROIT (Reuters) - Hasbro Inc (HAS.N) reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on strong demand for its preschool toys and boys' lines such as Nerf foam products, sending its shares to an all-time high.”
“Well if so, we need to make exciting products for older kids such as Nerf and I-Dog and games such as Monopoly and Game of Life that all ages from 8 to 88 can enjoy.”
Looking for tweets for Nerf.