[lok, lokh] /lɒk, lɒx/
noun, Irish English.
a partially landlocked or protected bay; a narrow arm of the sea.
an Irish word for lake1
a long narrow bay or arm of the sea in Ireland
“a lake, pool,” early 14c., Anglo-Celtic, representing a northern form of Irish and Gaelic loch, Welsh llwch, from PIE root *laku- (see lake (n.1)).
/ˈlʌfbərə; -brə/ noun 1. a town in central England, in N Leicestershire: university (1966). Pop: 55 258 (2001)
[ney] /neɪ/ noun 1. a lake in E central Northern Ireland: largest freshwater lake in the British Isles. About 18 miles (29 km) long and 11 miles (18 km) wide.
[loh-hi] /ˈloʊ hɪ/ noun, Finnish Legend. 1. a sorceress, the mistress of Pohjola and an enemy of the Finns, eventually defeated by Vainamoinen.
[loo-ee] /ˈlu i/ noun 1. . [loo-ee] /ˈlu i/ noun 1. a male given name, form of . [loo-ee] /ˈlu i/ noun, Slang. 1. a lieutenant of the armed forces. noun A lieutenant; loot2: They demoted me to second looey (WWI Army) Related Terms looey