loch
Pronunciation
  • (RP) IPA: /lɒx/, /lɒk/
  • (GA) IPA: /lɑx/, /lɑk/
Noun

loch (plural lochs)

  1. (Ireland, Scotland) A lake.
  2. (Ireland, Scotland) A bay or arm#Noun|arm of the sea.
Synonyms Related terms Noun

loch (plural lochs)

  1. Alternative form of lohoch
    • 1897, George du Maurier, “Part Seventh”, in The Martian: A Novel (Bell’s Indian and Colonial Library), London; Bombay: George Bell and Sons, OCLC 6984012 ↗, page 324 ↗:
      Uncle James had caught a cold too, so I went with Grissel; and found a chemist who'd been in France, and knew what a loch was and made one for me; {{...}



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