logh

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Manx[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Irish loch.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

logh f (plural loghyn)

  1. lake
    Moghey da’n logh, anmagh da’n awin.
    Early to the lake, late to the river.
    T’eh geeastagh y logh.
    He is fishing the lake.
    Ta caslys ny sleityn ’sy logh.
    The mountains are imaged in the lake.
    Ta’n awin roie stiagh ’sy logh.
    The river empties into the lake.
    Ta’n raad goll mygeayrt yn logh.
    The road sweeps round the lake.

Old Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse lǫg, plural form of lag, from Proto-Germanic *lagą.

Noun[edit]

logh n, f

  1. law
    • 1241, Codex Holmiensis, prologue.
      Mæth logh skal land byggas.
      With law shall land be built.

Descendants[edit]