Definition of strengthy in English:

strengthy

adjective

Scottish, Northern
  • 1Of God, a person, the spirit, etc.: capable of effective action or resistance; mighty, powerful; mentally strong. Now rare (literary).

  • 2Physically strong; having muscular strength; robust; able to exert or resist force.

  • 3Difficult to deal with, overcome, or refute; reliable, certain, convincing. Now US informal.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in The Wycliffite Bible (early version). From strength + -y.

Pronunciation

strengthy

/ˈstrɛŋ(k)θi/