Definitions for LOCHlɒk, lɒx
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a long narrow inlet of the sea in Scotland (especially when it is nearly landlocked)
Scottish word for a lake
a lake; a bay or arm of the sea
a kind of medicine to be taken by licking with the tongue; a lambative; a lincture
Origin: [Gael. & Olr. loch. See Lake of water.]
Loch, is the Scottish Gaelic and Irish word for a lake or a sea inlet. In Ireland it has been anglicised as lough, although this is pronounced the same way as loch. Some lochs could also be called a firth, fjord, estuary, strait or bay. Sea-inlet lochs are often called sea lochs or sea loughs. It is cognate with the Manx logh and the now obsolete Welsh word for lake, llwch.
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Rank popularity for the word 'LOCH' in Nouns Frequency: #2368
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I'm in my utopia living here on the shores of the loch.
Everybody's got a different theory as to what the identity of the Loch Ness monster is.
That object is bigger than an estate car, everybody's got a different theory as to what the identity of the Loch Ness monster is.
I think you might be able to get the Loch Ness Monster elected before you could (a woman). It's not right, but I'm just saying I don't think.
But people aren't giving up on the Loch Ness monster, i don't think they ever will. So I think the yeti will probably exist as long as there are people to think about mountains.
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