noun, plural buf·fi [boo-fee Italian boof-fee] /ˈbu fi Italian ˈbuf fi/, buf·fos. Music.
Origin of buffo
Examples from the Web for buffo
When he is not confined to this, he is set up for a laughing stock in buffo work.Letters of Peregrine Pickle|George P. Upton
And this must be Rosina,” whispered the buffo; “Dio mio, how death has aged her!
The puppets are here, and the opera is open, but only with a buffo company, and without a buffet.The Letters of Charles Dickens|Charles Dickens
I will tell you presently,” replied the buffo, “we must first go upstairs.
The buffo told me that the Christians in Paris were not armed, but they all got safely away to Montalbano.