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Lomond, Loch, a long, irregularly-shaped lake in the counties of Dumbarton and Stirling, Scotland, having a length of 22 miles, and a width varying from a few feet in the N. to 5 miles in the southern part, and a depth varying to an extreme of 630 feet, and containing 27 square miles. It receives several streams, and its southern extremity communicates with the Clyde by the Leven. The wider part contains many picturesque wooded islands, and the loch is surrounded by heights, Ben Lomond, on the eastern shore, rising to a height of 3,192 feet. The waters abound in pike, perch, and trout.