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Lo·mond

 (lō′mənd), Loch
A lake in south-central Scotland. Surrounded by mountains, it is the largest lake in Scotland and a popular tourist region for its associations with the 18th-century outlaw Rob Roy.

Lomond

(ˈləʊmənd)
n
1. (Placename) Loch Lomond a lake in W Scotland, north of Glasgow: the largest Scottish lake; designated a national park in 2002. Length: about 38 km (24 miles). Width: up to 8 km (5 miles)
2. (Placename) See Ben Lomond

Lo•mond

(ˈloʊ mənd)

n.
Loch, a lake in W Scotland. 23 mi. (37 km) long.
References in classic literature ?
It would do for the borders of Loch Lomond, and tourists would rush there in crowds.
 Ben Lomond is calling his son from the fray --
Rugby Young stars from Waysiders/Drumpellier were joined by Falkirk and Loch Lomond RFC to develop the future of youth in rugby.
Loch Lomond Shores issued a statement saying they are looking forward to "many years to come".
Paisley kick-started 2018 with a thumping away win at Loch Lomond to begin the year with a bang.
Lomond Mountain Rescue Team (Lomond MRT) - first established in Balmaha in 1967 - has been saving lives for the last half century and has vowed to keep working for the next 50 years.
As play resumed Loch Lomond got a break, slipping the ball to the right hand side of the D with the player executing the shot and scoring giving Loch Lomond the lead.
Contract Notice (below OJEU threshold): Loch Lomond Shores Managing Agent
Byline: Johanna Urquhart Principal Lomond School www.
Walkers are being invited to sign up for a Ben Lomond Torchlight Challenge.
ANDREW FOWLER was a guest of Argyll Holidays' Loch Lomond Holiday Park.
But when you arrive at Argyll's Loch Lomond Holiday Park, pull up to your lodge and enter to see a warm fire, cosy lighting and room aplenty, it really doesn't matter what the weather outside is doing.