Lochinvar


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Loch•in•var

(ˌlɒk ɪnˈvɑr, ˌlɒx-)

n.
1. the hero of a ballad included in the narrative poem Marmion (1808) by Sir Walter Scott.
2. a romantic suitor.
References in classic literature ?
This he handed to Chunk McGowan, telling him to administer it in a liquid if possible, and received the hearty thanks of the backyard Lochinvar.
Tenders are invited for furnish & install lochinvar pool heater.
Bellway have unveiled a new three-bedroom house type at Lochinvar Gardens in South Queensferry.
Bellway Homes has a wide range of properties which qualify for the scheme at developments across the East and West of Scotland currently including Birchwood in Cowdenbeath, Calais Muir Gate in Dunfermline, Heartlands, Pyrus and Eastfields in Glasgow, Fardalehill in Kilmarnock, Manor Park in Cumbernauld, Ferry Village in Renfrew, Heritage Gate in Motherwell and Lochinvar Gardens in South Queensferry.
Hurt by the fishing ban are up to 600 residents of Infanta town and up to 50 residents of Dasol town, said Rhodyn Lochinvar Oro, Pangasinan disaster risk reduction and management officer.
Former mounted branch officer Doug Smith was in action, too, on his horse Lochinvar during the infamous pitch riot.
Yellin focuses on most of the major compositions of Chadwick's career yet curiously omits many of the most often-performed pieces during his lifetime, such as the vocal and orchestral works Phoenix expirans and Lochinvar.
He was pictured with 12-year-old Lucy Priestly, who played the title role, and Anne Richardson as Prince Lochinvar.
The Lochinvar and Blue Lagoon National Parks have been established on the flats.
If history is your true calling, take the short drive to Lochinvar antebellum home.
Data was made available from the following suburbs: Budiriro, Dzivarasekwa, Glen Norah, Glen View, Hatcliffe, Highfield, Kambuzuma, Kuwadzana, Mabvuku, Mbare, Mufakose, Southerton, Lochinvar, Sunningdale, Tafara and Warren Park.