Category:Loch Long

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English: Loch Long (Gaelic for Ship Lake (Long being the word for ship), contrary to common belief that it is an English name) is a body of water in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The sea loch extends from the Firth of Clyde at its southwestern end. It measures approximately 20 miles in length, with a width of between one and two miles. The loch also has an arm, Loch Goil, on its western side.
Français : Le loch Long (Loch Long en gaélique écossais) est un loch de mer d'Écosse du comté d'Argyll and Bute.
Nederlands: Loch Long ( Schots-Gaelisch: Loch Bracadail) is een inham aan de westkust van Schotland. In het westelijke uiteinde van de inham vormen Loch Duich, een andere inham, en Loch Long samen Loch Alsh.
Norsk bokmål: Loch Long er en fjord (sea loch) i regionen Argyll and Bute på vestkysten av Skottland. Den er en sidearm av Firth of Clyde nordvestover fra nord for utløpet av Clyde. Loch Long har en mindre sidearm på vestsiden som kalles Loch Goil.


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