|Primary inflows||Lochgelly burn|
|Primary outflows||Lochgelly burn|
|Max. length||1.21 km (0.75 mi)|
|Max. width||0.80 km (0.5 mi)|
|Average depth||2.1 m (7 ft)|
|Max. depth||2.7 m (9 ft)|
|Water volume||910,000 m3 (32,000,000 cu ft)|
|Surface elevation||107.0 m (351.2 ft)|
Loch Gelly (Scottish Gaelic: Loch Gheallaidh) is a small loch in Fife, Scotland lying approximately 1.5 km to the south east of the town of Lochgelly which itself is named after the loch. The Gaelic name of the loch, Loch Gheallaidh, can be loosely translated as Loch of Shining Waters or Loch of Brightness. It is a broad, shallow flat bottomed basin approximately 1.75 km in length from west to east and 0.75 km wide at its maximum breadth.
Land around the loch is owned by Wemyss 1952 Trustees.
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