Moray Firth

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Mor·ay Firth

 (mûr′ē)
An inlet of the North Sea on the northeast coast of Scotland. It is the northern outlet of the Caledonian Canal system.
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Moray Firth

n
(Placename) an inlet of the North Sea on the NE coast of Scotland. Length: about 56 km (35 miles)
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Mor′ay Firth′


n.
an arm of the North Sea projecting into the NE coast of Scotland. Inland portion ab. 30 mi. (48 km) long.
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