Definition of Old world buffalo

1. Noun. Any of several Old World animals resembling oxen including, e.g., water buffalo; Cape buffalo.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Old World Buffalo

Old Serpent
Old Slavonic
Old South
Old Spanish
Old Style calendar
Old Swedish
Old Testament
Old Trafford
Old Tupi
Old Turkic
Old Ukrainian
Old Welsh
Old West
Old World
Old World beaver
Old World buffalo
Old World chat
Old World coot
Old World coral snake
Old World crayfish
Old World flycatcher
Old World hop hornbeam
Old World jay
Old World least weasel
Old World leishmaniasis
Old World mistletoe
Old World monkey
Old World monkeys
Old World oriole
Old World porcupine

Literary usage of Old world buffalo

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1. Explorations Into the World of Lewis and Clark: 194 Essays from the Pages of by Robert A. Saindon (2003)
"The American 'Buffalo' is not the same species as the Old-World buffalo, and scientists have acted accordingly by applying the term bison to it, ..."

2. The Economic Theory of the Location of Railways: An Analysis of the by Arthur Mellen Wellington (1914)
"... and the same is still more true of even the largest cities of the old world. Buffalo, therefore, although outdone by many other cities as a traffic ..."

3. Our Big Game: A Book for Sportsmen and Nature Lovers by Dwight Williams Huntington (1904)
"Although related to the Old-World buffalo, the naturalists have decided that our animal must remain a bison, and the sportsmen, who hereafter will only ..."

4. Our Big Game: A Book for Sportsmen and Nature Lovers by Dwight Williams Huntington (1904)
"Although related to the Old-World buffalo, the naturalists have decided that our animal must remain a bison, and the sportsmen, who hereafter will only ..."

5. The Minds and Manners of Wild Animals: A Book of Personal Observations by William Temple Hornaday (1922)
"... Japanese red- faced monkeys and large macaques; many adult bison bulls and cows of individually bad temper; also gaur, Old World buffalo, anoa bulls, ..."

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