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Correct spelling: loch

Definition of loch:

  1. A lake; an arm of the sea.

Common misspellings for loch:

oloch, logh, lmch, lpoch, locgh, l0och, lohc, llch, locu, locy, lo0ch, locdh, locvh, lolch, lofh, lo ch, lofch, lodch, lioch, lochj, loci, lo9ch, loc h, lochn, lgch, losh, lochb, lokh, lovh, locb, locuh, locjh, lovch, olch, lopch, locyh, lpch, ploch, lochy, doch, loxch, l9och, l0ch, locx, lloch, l9ch, lkch, locnh, locfh, lokch, locg, lcoh, locbh, lochu, lodh, l och, lochg, loxh, lochh, locxh.

What does the abbreviation loch mean?

LOCH abbreviation definitions:
–  Legend Of Condor Heroes
–  Legend of the Condor Heroes

Google Ngram Viewer results for loch:

This graph shows how "loch" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for loch:

  1. He had dared the depths of many a dark loch before he left his native mountains for the coast, and at Leith he had always been one of the first to take a dip in the spring, and one of the last to give it up in the autumn. –  by
  2. Arra, dear shoy, the priest knows where it is, but I do not, but the Pope of Rome keeps the outer- port, Shaint Patrick the inner- port, and gives us a direction of the way to Shaint Patrick's palace, which stands on the head of the Stalian loch where I'll have no more to do but chap at the gate. –  by
  3. Again, in Irish literature, we read of a loch luchra or 'lake of the pygmies'. – The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries by W. Y. Evans Wentz

Rhymes for loch:

  1. hock, doc, brock, frock, chok, kok, vlok, stock, lok, locke, floc, mach, bloc, brok, caulk, roc, hoch, schlock, block, broc, pock, roch, bloch, croc, chock, boch, walk, kroc, bach, jacques, bok, hoc, mok, shock, kloc, poch, crock, och, rock, sok, sock, flock, chalk, knock, glock, lock, wok, smock, krock, tock, mock, haak, bock, blok, spock, dock, clock, jock, nock;
  2. o'clock, iraq, undock, restock, isaak, unlock, bangkok;
  3. overstock, antiknock, interlock;