I know that the following forms of to carve have lately become obsolete, but are they so archaic that I can even not use them in writing (books (not formal documents, indeed)); that is, would any of them not be understood at all? The forms: Past simple: carved = corve Past participle: carved = carven or corven
- My name is carven on one of those rocks.
- I corve a craft for you.
- This cat (craft) is for you, corven of wood by me personally.