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North Lochs, (Scottish Gaelic: Ceann a Tuath nan Loch), an area in eastern Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, is named for the many lochans (small lochs) which dot the landscape. Because of its largely undulating and rocky terrain, it is sparsely populated apart from flat ground near the coast. Its communities support traditional crofting and fishing.
According to the 2011 Census, there are 942 Gaelic speakers (53%) in the Lochs area.
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