How do you say strong man in iroquoian?
There is no such language as Iroquoian. "Iroquoian" refers to a group of more than a dozen different languages. You would have to be more specific. Here is a list of Iroquoian languages. Note that People's names are usually not translatable: Seneca Cayuga Onandaga Mohawk Oneida Susquehannock Wyandot Erie Tuscarora Nottoway
The expression "strong man" when used in politics or news does not refer to a man who can lift weights. It's an expression for a dictator or a tyrant. When this answer was originally written, Gaddafi was still alive, but he did not look as if he were in great shape; it is safe to say that dictators rarely spend time at the gym working out. The expression "strong man" is an idiom, and it…
That was easily decided by: Their specific language. A native speaking Seneca, for example, was Iroquoian; a native speaking Ojibwe or Mahican was Algonquian. The tribe they belonged to. All the tribes ruled by Powhatan in the Virginia tidewater country were Algonquian, but their neighbours to the north - the Susquehanna - were Iroquoian.