buf•fa•loPronunciation: (buf'u-lō"), [key]
—n., pl. -loes, -los, (esp. collectively) -lo,
—v., -loed, -lo•ing.
any of several large wild oxen of the family Bovidae. Cf. bison, Cape buffalo, water buffalo.
See buffalo robe.
a shuffling tap-dance step.
to puzzle or baffle; confuse; mystify: He was buffaloed by the problem.
to impress or intimidate by a display of power, importance, etc.: The older boys buffaloed him.
Buf•fa•loPronunciation: (buf'u-lō"), [key]
a port in W New York, on Lake Erie. 357,870.
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