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Buf·fa·lo (bŭf′ə-lō′) A city of western New York at the eastern end of Lake Erie on the Canadian border. It is a major Great Lakes port of entry and an important manufacturing and milling center.Buf′fa·lo′ni·an adj. & n.buf·fa·lo (bŭf′ə-lō′)n. pl. buffalo or buf·fa·loes or buf·fa·los 1. a. Any of several large African and Asian ruminant mammals of the family Bovidae, such as the water buffalo and the African buffalo.b. The North American bison.c. The flesh of the North American bison, used as food.2. Any of several North American suckers of the genus Ictiobus, having a dark body and an arched back. Also called buffalo fish.tr.v. buf·fa·loed, buf·fa·lo·ing, buf·fa·loes 1. To intimidate or frighten, as by a display of authority: The board couldn't buffalo the federal courts as it had the Comptroller (American Banker).2. To confuse or deceive: Too often ... job seekers have buffaloed lenders as to their competency and training (H. Jane Lehman).[Italian bufalo or Portuguese or Spanish búfalo, from Late Latin būfalus, from Latin būbalus, antelope, buffalo, from Greek boubalos, antelope, perhaps from bous, cow; see gwou- in Indo-European roots.]Word History: When most Americans