3. E in Scotland:
The “E” is such a barely short, and also shallow river in the far north of Scotland, flowing 6miles from Monadhliath Mountains in the Highlands of Scottish into the Loch Mhòr nearby, laying parallel to its neighbour- Loch Ness. Loch Ness is considered larger than Loch Mhòr. Despite the “E”’s origin as named is quite debatable, it is, however, likely to be an offspring of either an island- ey, or the Norse word for a stream (river)- á.
4. L in Nebraska:
There glaringly exist two different lakes in Nebraska called “L”, with both so named as a result of their sharp right-angled shape.
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