Buffalo

North American bison (not 'water buffalo')

Buffalo

Buffalo is American slang for outwit, bemuse, overawe, confuse.
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buffalo

See bison.
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Buffalo

Also know as the 'bison,' buffalo is presently raised on game farms. Buffalo meat is very tender and tastes somewhat like lean beef. It has no pronounced gamey flavor.
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Buffalo

Leather made from the hides of domesticated water buffalo from the Far East, not from the American bison.
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buffalo

[n] - a city on Lake Erie in western New York (near Niagara Falls) 2. [n] - meat from an American bison 3. [v] - intimidate or overawe
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buffalo

Common name of the North American bison, a large brown hoofed mammal of the bovine (cattle) family, with a heavy mane and sloping hindquarters. Buffalo roamed the Great Plains of the USA in herds of...
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Buffalo

Series of 6x4 mine-protected vehicles [US], Series of LVT [UK]
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Buffalo

Buf'fa·lo noun ; plural Buffaloes [ Spanish bufalo (cf. Italian bufalo , French buffle ), from Latin bubalus , bufalus , a kind of African stag or gazelle; also, the buffalo or wild ox, from Greek ... buffalo, probably from ... ox. See Cow the...
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buffalo

Origin: Sp. Bufalo (cf. It. Bufalo, F. Buffle), fr. L. Bubalus, bufalus, a kind of African stag or gazelle; also, the buffalo or wild ox, fr. Gr. Buffalo, prob. Fr. Ox. See Cow the animal, and cf. Buff the colour, and Bubale. ... 1. <zoology> A species of the genus Bos or Bubalus (B. Bubalus), originally from India, but now found in most of t...
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buffalo

noun meat from an American bison
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Buffalo

noun a city on Lake Erie in western New York (near Niagara Falls)
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buffalo

verb intimidate or overawe
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Buffalo

• (n.) The buffalo fish. See Buffalo fish, below. • (n.) A species of the genus Bos or Bubalus (B. bubalus), originally from India, but now found in most of the warmer countries of the eastern continent. It is larger and less docile than the common ox, and is fond of marshy places and rivers. • (n.) Any species of wild ox. • (n....
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buffalo

(from the article `livestock farming`) Buffalo and camels...Muslims, Christians, and Scheduled Castes, for whom beef eating is not taboo), and as sources of fertilizer, cooking fuel (from dried cow-dung ... ...milk producer in China, India, and other Asian countries and in Egypt. Goat`s milk is also produced in Europe and North America ...
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Buffalo

city and port, seat (1821) of Erie county, western New York, U.S. It is located where the eastern end of Lake Erie narrows into the Niagara River. ... [1 related articles]
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Buffalo

city, seat (1881) of Johnson county, north-central Wyoming, U.S., on Clear Creek, immediately east of the Bighorn Mountains and Bighorn National ...
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buffalo

a term commonly used in reference to the American bison but also to Asian water buffalo and African Cape buffalo.
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Buffalo

[city] The category Queen`s Counsel is for barristers and other individuals, usually appointed QC honoris causa, who have been appointed by letters patent to be one of `Her [or His] Majesty`s Counsel learned in the law`. The first QC was Sir Francis Bacon who was appointed in 1597. ...
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Buffalo

The USS Buffalo is an American Los Angeles Class attack submarine equipped for anti-submarine warfare, intelligence gathering, show-of-force missions, insertion of special forces, strike missions, mining and search and rescue. The submarine is equipped with a vertical launch missile system with 12 launch tubes and is armed with the land-attack vers...
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Buffalo

Buffalo, city (1990 pop. 328,123), seat of Erie co., W N.Y., on Lake Erie and the Niagara and Buffalo rivers; inc. 1832. With more than 37 mi (60 km) of waterfront, it is a major commercial and industrial port and railroad hub. Buffalo is a diversified manufacturing and financial center, with a larg...
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buffalo

buffalo, name commonly applied to the American bison but correctly restricted to certain related African and Asian mammals of the cattle family. The water buffalo, or Indian buffalo, Bubalus bubalis, is found in S Asia. It is a large, extremely strong, dark gray animal, standing nearly 6 ft (180 cm)...
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Buffalo

Buffalo is American slang for outwit, bemuse, overawe, confuse.
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Buffalo

The buffalo is several species of large wild cattle distinguished by their horns being flattened at the base and triangular in section. The typical African Buffalo (Synceros caffer) inhabits open bush country generally near rivers all over Africa south of the Sahara.
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buffalo

(Asiatic and African) Click images to enlargeEither of two species of wild cattle. The Asiatic water buffalo Bubalis bubalis is found domesticated throughout South Asia and wild in parts of India and Nepal. It likes moist condition...
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