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lochting* [garden, yard] {lochtinc, lochten(e), lochteuine [open space or garden near a house] 1272} from look1 [a plant] + tuin (garden), cf. Old English lēac-tūn [vegetable garden] (cf. loggia, loge, lobby).

lochtink noun: vegetable garden, back garden, garden. Mainly Flemish.  lochtinc, lochtuun ‘vegetable garden’, 1396 lochtinc, Oudenaarde (Hoebeke 1968), primarily 1562 lochtinc ‘iardin’ (Lambrecht), lochtinck ‘garden’ (Kiliaan). From lochtuun < looctuun ‘vegetable garden’. Cf. Old English. lêactûn ‘vegetable garden’, older English leighten ‘garden’. Hoebeke 1968, 410-414 could also identify no better explanation than that of C. Vereecken for the time being, but nevertheless has objections on the basis of the old Oudenaarde forms: -1272 lochtwijn, 1285 ieghen den lochtwijn, 1288 van .j. lochteuine, 13th c. lochtewin, ± 1300 achter lays lochtuin, 1320 den lochtwine, 1355 van den lochtin, 1369 bruuns lochtwin. – Bibl.: C. Tavernier-Vereecken, De etymologie van lochting (The etymology of ‘lochting’). Med. Ver. Naamk. 28 (1952), 81-84.

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