Picture for BuffThe word ‘Buff’ is a noun and means a person who is devoted to and informed about a particular subject. It also used for a soft, thick leather skin.
It was first used back in 1551 and has ben derived from the Latin word bufalus.

Pronunciation: buhf

Meanings of Buff

1. A devotee or well-informed student of some activity or subject
2. A soft and thick kind of leather

Master’s Tip to Learn Buff

Buff is used commonly nowadays specially the term ‘movie buff’ to show that a person is very interested and very informed about movies.

Sentence examples for Buff:

1. He is such a film buff that he has every imaginable movie in his library.
2. It was a soft, sandy buff with a long pointed tail bordered with white.

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