Definition of Buffalo Bill in English:

Buffalo Bill

Syllabification: Buf·fa·lo Bill
( 1846–1917), US showman; born William Frederick Cody. He gained his nickname for killing 4,280 buffalo in 8 months to feed the Union Pacific Railroad workers. He subsequently devoted his life to his traveling Wild West Show.

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