I need help with a word in some part of the book Born to Run by Christopher McDougall (Random House, 2018)
Hunting like that isn’t for the meek; Neanderthals were known to suffer the kind of injuries you find on the rodeo circuit, neck and head trauma from getting thrown by bucking beasts, but they could count on their band of brothers to care for their wounds and bury their bodies.
The author is talking about the way that Neanderthals haunt, and then he says "Hunting like that isn’t for the meek". I couldn't find out what does he mean by saying 'for the meek". I searched "meek" in dictionaries and read about it but it doesn't help me and since I am translating this book I need a clear understanding of the author's purpose.