Definitions

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  • n. An inhabitant or a resident of Buffalo, NY.

Etymologies

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Buffalo + n + -ian

Examples

  • If the little bambini is of true Buffalonian stock, it will find its way home, and be given second chance, to learn of our codes, and to live, properly — only by The Way of the Shovel. fostert says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Engame

  • He was one of my Sunday morning competitors, a fellow Buffalonian, and a friend whom I dearly miss.

    CNN Transcript Jul 6, 2008

  • And what was it like to share that with your colleague and fellow Buffalonian?

    CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2008

  • BLITZER: And, David, as a Buffalonian myself -- and I think you will appreciate this -- whenever I would go back to Buffalo, you know, you could feel Tim Russert's presence, because he never ran away from the city of Buffalo.

    CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2008

  • It's always good to have a fellow Buffalonian in a position of power and authority.

    CNN Transcript Aug 31, 2008

  • And what was it like to share that with your colleague and your fellow Buffalonian?

    CNN Transcript Jun 13, 2008

  • It was obvious to me that the Torontonian was giving her temperatures in Celsius, and the Buffalonian was talking Fahrenheit, and the Buffalo woman was shocked at Toronto's unbearable weather.

    brown dog in the cold

  • No offense to Nate and his well written post -- and he makes a good (and entertaining) reference to another sport/genre/game (and as a former Boston rez w/ a former Buffalonian wife, WE HEART DOUG FLUTIE!)

    The Drop Kick

  • For the record, here is the text of the 1893 address to Congress of that greatest of presidents and fellow Buffalonian: Grover Cleveland Opposes the Annexation of Hawaii.

    Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono

  • A few excerpts of interest from the Wikipedia entry for fellow Buffalonian Grover Cleveland:He was the only Democrat elected to the presidency in the era of Republican political domination between 1860 and 1912, and was the first Democrat to be elected after the Civil War.

    Grover Cleveland

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