Samsonian

adjective
Sam·so·ni·an | \sam(p)-ˈsō-nē-ən \

Definition of Samsonian 

: of heroic strength or proportions : mighty

First Known Use of Samsonian

circa 1623, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Samsonian

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Samskrit

sam-sodden

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Samsonian

samsonite

samson post

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