What Does 'Loch Ness' Mean?


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The term 'loch ness' is used to convey the idea of a lake that can be located in Scotland and the first word of the term itself is a Scottish term to describe a lake or narrow strip of sea that is almost surrounded by land.

The lake has its fame in this world because it is believed that this lake has a monster that lives at the bottom of the lake. The monster looks like that of a dinosaur and many people claimed that they have seen the monster, but science is yet to find any concrete evidence of the existence of such kind of monster and in consequence unable to endorse the views. The monster itself is named as the Loch Ness monster and sometimes people call it Nessie also.

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