to get fooled/manipulated/tricked by someone
Mary got buffaloed by Peter when he convienced her he wasn't cheating on her
by Paul S. W. November 09, 2006
As in the drinking game, Buffalo. This is when both you and your friend are holding a alcoholic beverage and each must hold it in his non-dominant hand or else a "Buffalo!" may be called by pointing your elbow at them and yelling this word. Your friend must chug his drink.

Often played by frisbee players.
Grant will be hammered in 5 minutes; Leland just buffaloed him while he was holding a full Joose.
by shawty shorts November 16, 2009
Being hammered with 8 feet of unexpected snow!
Friend1: Dude, did you hear its snowing in Dallas.

Friend2: yeah, its just an inch. Not like its being buffaloed.
by hungrypanda91 November 22, 2014
To pistol-whip someone with the butt or handle end of the gun instead of the barrel to cause greater injury.
At about 1:00 pm, Virgil and Morgan Earp surprised Ike Clanton on 4th Street where Virgil buffaloed (pistol-whipped) him from behind.
by glimmerthirsty July 17, 2014
The condition of a woman who has recently been run into at full speed by a naked midget with horns strapped to his head
After Herman broke the left horn off in her flange on the second run, Lois was as buffaloed as she had ever been.
by Atro SYB January 22, 2014
to have sex with fat girls and still be arrogant
Jimmy buffaloed Amanda.
by Andrewinnas December 04, 2007
To be lied to by a client.
Client: "I'm not going to buffalo you Mr. Auditor, I don't know the answer to your question."

Auditor: "Thank you Mr. Client, I appreciate not getting buffaloed."

Client: "You're welcome. Now get out of my office before I kill you with my bare hands."
by The "D" Man July 09, 2007

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