They were no sooner come into strath than they met two of MacKinnon's men who had been out in the expedition.
It is not for me to go into the strath with news of the dead.
But the weak and less vigorous loadstones, enfeebled by the flow of humours, are visible in every region, in every strath.
I hope you will accompany me, an you think you can lead me safe enough into strath.'
Dugald was still our mighty hunter, the fearless Nimrod of hill and strath and glen.
strath Chromple (strath roumpil), Valley of the curved opening.
This individual was born in the parish of strath, Isle of Skye, in the year 1762.
In this, as in other Welsh and Gaelic names, the word strath is a prefix to the name of the adjoining river.
It had no special significance; it was so called merely because "strath" in Scotch means a valley through which a stream meanders.
It waved gently, and wept not at all that peaceful Sunday morning when we made our way by path and strath into the dell of peace.
"wide river valley between hills," 1530s, from Scottish, from Old Irish srath "wide river valley," from Old Celtic *s(t)rato-, from PIE root *stere- "to spread, extend, stretch out" (see structure (n.)).