Loch

Loch (x, also the non-standard but common k) is the Irish and Scottish Gaelic word for a lake and a sea inlet. In Hiberno-English, the anglicised spelling lough is commonly found in placenames, although it is pronounced the same way as loch. In Scottish English, `loch` is always used. Some lochs could also be called firths, fiords, estuarys, str.....
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loch

(from loch) A lake, or arm of the sea; this has entered English by various routes; one derivation is most obvious (but then the spelling is usually 'lough'), and in Anglo-Irish and in various northern English dialects the origin is Gaelic.
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loch

[n] - a long narrow inlet of the sea in Scotland (especially when it is nearly landlocked) 2. [n] - Scottish word for a lake
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Loch

• (n.) A lake; a bay or arm of the sea. • (n.) A kind of medicine to be taken by licking with the tongue; a lambative; a lincture.
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loch

noun Scottish word for a lake
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Loch

Loch (lŏk) noun [ Gael. & Old Irish loch . See Lake of water.] A lake; a bay or arm of the sea. [ Scot.]
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loch

lake
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loch

lake
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Loch

Loch (lokh, lok) . For names of Scottish lakes and inlets beginning with “Loch,” see second part of element; e.g., for Loch Awe, see Awe, Loch. See also lake.
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Loch

Loch is a Scottish term applied to both lakes and inlets.
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Loch

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