List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FUAR GHARBH-CHOIRE Fuar Gharbh-choire Mr A McDonald
Mr J. Grant
Mr J Morgan
087 This name is applied to a rough stony hollow through which Allt Garbhecoire flows, about half a mile from its source. It is entirely covered with a loose crop of stones and is bounded on its north and west sides by a large cliff. (Signifies the Cool Rough Hollow)
WELLS OF DEE Wells of Dee Mr A McDonald
Mr. J. Grant
Mr J Morgan
076 These wells are situated at the highest part of the pass Larig Gruamach near the boundary between Inverness and Aberdeen shires and between the hills Beinn Mucdhubh and Breriach. They are three small ponds lying in a line north and south of each other
COIRE ODHAR Coire Odhar Mr A. McDonald
Mr J. Grant
Mr J. Morgan
087 This name is applied to a rough stony hollow lying between the Devil's Point and Coire Saighdear. It is covered entirely with a crop of large loose stones. (Name Signifies the Gun Hollow)

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Aberdeenshire -- Parish of Crathie and Braemar
The above name is now in accordance with the pronunciation in the district and not Garbh Choire Fuar.
written on 76

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