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What is the plural of buffalo?

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2011-01-14 21:43:18
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The word buffalo may be singular or plural. The plural of buffalo, according to several sources, may be buffaloes or remain as buffalo.

(The word bison is listed as a plural noun, but is often used as a singular noun.)

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No. Bison is a different animal (and consequently a different species) from buffalo, and is not the plural of buffalo (nor is it the name for a bull buffalo!)

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No, the noun buffalo is spelled with an 'a' after the double 'f'.The accepted plural forms are buffalo, buffalos, and buffaloes.

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One buffalo Many buffalo They are the same.

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The correct spelling is buffalo, plural buffalo, buffalos, or buffaloes.

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The standard collective nouns for buffalo are:a herd of buffaloa gang of buffaloesan obstinacy of buffaloNote: Both 'buffalo' and 'buffaloes' are accepted plural forms.

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The form 'buffalo' is used as the plural form as an uncountable noun. Example: We saw a herd of buffalo in the distance. The forms 'buffalos' and 'buffaloes' are also accepted plurals. Examples: We saw a herd of buffalos in the distance. We saw a herd of buffaloes in the distance.

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'don't know, but the plural of buffalo is just buffalo' Actually its buffaloes it says on the dictionary and google when you search it.

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The correctly spelled plural noun is buffaloes.The correct spelling of the other nouns: oxen, geese, knives.Note: the plural form of buffalo can also be spelled buffalo or buffalos.

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Buffalo - buffalo or buffaloes knife - knives ox - oxen goose - geese

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The correct spelling of the singular form is "buffalo" and the plural may be buffalo or buffaloes. (The term is often inaccurately used for the American bison.)

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You can spell the plural of buffalo as either buffalos or buffaloes or even buffalo - all are not wrongThree plurals exist, spelling in order of preferred first, BUFFALOES BUFFALO BUFFALOS

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Bison or buffalo... it is like moose not mooses or deer not deers or sheep not sheeps.

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It can be fun to watch him as he buffaloes the youngsters. Two small buffaloes ran right through the cabin.

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The plural form of the noun buffalo is buffaloes.The plural possessive form is buffaloes'.example: We found a buffalo's carcass beside the road. The buffaloes' predators hunt along their migration route.


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