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Linlithgow ~ Gleann Iucha

The name Linlithgow (first recorded in 1138 as Linlidcu) is of ‘British’ origin, that is, a language that existed in Scotland before Gaelic or Scots, and is related to modern Welsh.  In all likelihood the name originally meant ‘the pool of the damp or grey hollow’, relating to what is now Linlithgow Loch.  The modern … Continue Reading about Linlithgow ~ Gleann Iucha