Examples from the Web for loch
People like me believe it's like the Loch Ness monster: widely spoken about, but nobody has seen it for years.
Before he started singing, he was the guitarist for the band Loch Ness.
In “Inverness,” a botanist finds something like faith through an encounter with an obsessed Loch Ness Monster hunter.
We rounded the terrible headland, and were floating at ease that evening on the glassy surface of Loch Erribol.Memoirs of Life and Literature|W. H. Mallock
From the road you perceive, skirting the loch on the other side, what seems a fringe of very small bushes.Scottish Loch Scenery|Thomas A. Croal
Loch Leven has one lovely gracious memory of Mary in the days before everything was lost.The Spell of Scotland|Keith Clark
You are aware that two ministers were left on board the Loch Earn.The Wonders of Prayer|Various
It was certainly a lovely lake, and, with its nicely wooded islands dotting its surface, recalled memories of Loch Lomond.From John O'Groats to Land's End|Robert Naylor and John Naylor
British Dictionary definitions for loch
Word Origin for loch
Word Origin and History for loch
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.