Etymology
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beefy (adj.)

"brawny, fleshy and solid," 1743, from beef (n.) in colloquial extended sense "human muscle" + -y (2). Related: Beefiness.

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Definitions of beefy

beefy (adj.)
muscular and heavily built;
a beefy wrestler
Synonyms: burly / husky / strapping / buirdly
From wordnet.princeton.edu