a very low, almost flat, cabochon cut.
a soft, thick, light-yellow leather with a napped surface, originally made from buffalo skin but later also from other skins, used for making belts, pouches, etc. a brownish-yellow color; tan. a buff stick or buff wheel. a devotee or well-informed student of some activity or subject: Civil War buffs avidly read the new biography of […]
a wheel for buffing, consisting of a number of leather or canvas disks.
noun a large European moth, Phalera bucephala, having violet-brown buff-tipped forewings held at rest around the body so that it resembles a snapped-off twig
a woman who sings comic roles in opera. opera buffa. Historical Examples Life Of Mozart, Vol. 2 (of 3) Otto Jahn