noun, plural buf·fi [boo-fee Italian boof-fee] /ˈbu fi Italian ˈbuf fi/, buf·fos. Music.
Origin of buffo
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Historical Examples of buffo
Although the batrachian is of the genus bufo, he is by no means a buffo genius.
"Check me another time, Vere, if you see me inclined to be buffo," he said.A Spirit in Prison
That, my dear Buffo,” I replied, “is on account of the lava.
I will tell you presently,” replied the buffo, “we must first go upstairs.
And this must be Rosina,” whispered the buffo; “Dio mio, how death has aged her!