ETYM Spanish bufalo, from Latin bubalus, bufalus, a kind of African stag or gazelle; also, the buffalo or wild ox, from Greek.
Meat from an American bison.
Either of two species of wild cattle. The Asiatic water buffalo Bubalis bubalis is found domesticated throughout S Asia and wild in parts of India and Nepal. It likes moist conditions. Usually gray or black, up to 1.8 m/6 ft high, both sexes carry large horns. The African buffalo Syncerus caffer is found in Africa, south of the Sahara, where there is grass, water, and cover in which to retreat. There are a number of subspecies, the biggest up to 1.6 m/5 ft high, and black, with massive horns set close together over the head. The name is also commonly applied to the American bison.
Divlji bivo, zuber (u Evropi); bufalo, američki divlji bivo.
1. A city on Lake Erie in western New York (near Niagara Falls).
2. City in Iowa (USA).
3. City in Kansas (USA); zip code 66717.
4. City in Minnesota (USA); zip code 55313.
5. City in Missouri (USA); zip code 65622.
6. City in North Dakota (USA); zip code 58011.
7. City in Texas (USA).
8. City in Wisconsin (USA).
9. City in Wyoming (USA); zip code 82834.
10. Town in Oklahoma (USA).
11. Town in South Dakota (USA); zip code 57720.
12. Town in West Virginia (USA); zip code 25033.
13. Unincorporated community in South Carolina (USA).
14. Village in Illinois (USA).
Industrial port in New York State, US, at the east end of Lake Erie; It is linked with New York City by the New York State Barge Canal.
Grain from Buffalo's elevators is shipped overseas via the St Lawrence Seaway. An industrial city, Buffalo was hard hit by the closing of steel mills and auto factories in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The State University of New York at Buffalo and Canisius College are here. Settled in 1780, Buffalo was burned by the British during the War of 1812 but was soon rebuilt and flourished with the completion of the Erie Canal 1825.
Grad u SAD-u.
To intimidate or overawe.