In “Inverness,” a botanist finds something like faith through an encounter with an obsessed loch Ness Monster hunter.
Before he started singing, he was the guitarist for the band loch Ness.
People like me believe it's like the loch Ness monster: widely spoken about, but nobody has seen it for years.
At this point in the conversation they reached a place where the road left the shores of the loch and ascended into the hills.
I got him the post of keeper on a large moor on the shores of loch Ness.
He saw the poor man no more; the body was found, a fortnight after, at the ebb, on the Ploc-ard side of the head of loch Ewe.
I suppose if he did, Duncan, you would dip him in loch Roag?
There is a boat on the loch, and good trout-fishing may be had on its waters.
In the evening the wind rose, and the sloop moved down the loch.
The last that encamped in the Braes of locharkeig, seeing what they believed to be a boat on the side of the loch, sent a party.
late 14c., from Gaelic loch "lake, narrow arm of the sea," cognate with Old Irish loch "body of water, lake," Breton lagen, Anglo-Irish lough, Latin lacus (see lake (n.1)). The Loch Ness monster is first attested 1933.