The definition of baffle is confuse.(verb)
An example of baffle is when a teacher confuses a student with a complicated math problem.
See baffle in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: 16th-c. Scot; prob. respelling (as duff for dough, Affleck for Auchinleck) of obs. bauchle
See baffle in American Heritage Dictionary 4
transitive verb baf·fled, baf·fling, baf·fles
Origin: Perhaps blend of Scottish Gaelic bauchle, to denounce, revile publicly,
Origin: and French bafouer, to ridicule.
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