Loch

Loch

(lk), n. [F. looch, Ar. la'g, an electuary, or any medicine which may be licked or sucked, fr. la'q to lick.] (Med.) A kind of medicine to be taken by licking with the tongue; a lambative; a lincture.
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Loch*a"ber ax"

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Loch*a"ber axe"

} (?) n. [So called from Lochaber, in Scotland.] A weapon of war, consisting of a pole armed with an axhead at its end, formerly used by the Scotch Highlanders.
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