lough

[n] - a long narrow (nearly landlocked) cove in Ireland 2. [n] - Irish word for a lake
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Lough

Lough noun [ See 1st Loch .] A loch or lake; -- so spelt in Ireland.
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Lough

Lough obsolete strong imperfect of Laugh . Chaucer.
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lough

noun Irish word for a lake
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Lough

• (obs. strong imp.) of Laugh. • (n.) A loch or lake; -- so spelt in Ireland.
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Lough

A lough is a body of water and is either: It can also be used as a surname, with various pronunciations: law, loch, low, lowe, loth, loff, lohguh. Lough is a Hiberno-English form of the Old Irish word loch, which means lake, or bay. The form loch is also used in Irish English, Lough is also used for some small bodies of water in the far north of E
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lough

  1. a long narrow (nearly landlocked) cove in Ireland
  2. Irish word for a lake

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Lough

Lough (lokh, lok) . For names of Irish lakes and inlets beginning with “Lough,” see second part of element; e.g., for Lough Corrib, see Corrib, Lough. See lake.
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Lough

Lough is an Irish term applied to both lakes and inlets.
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Lough

[surname] Lough is a surname of Scottish or Irish origin, meaning lake. The name refers to: ...
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