loch definition by Webster's New World
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- a lake
- an arm of the sea, esp. when narrow and nearly surrounded by land
Origin: Middle English louch ; from Gaelic and amp; OIr: for Indo-European base see lake
loch definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A lake.
- An arm of the sea similar to a fjord.
Origin: Middle English louch, from Scottish Gaelic loch, from Old Irish.