List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Breriach Ridge
Mr A. McDonald
Mr J. Grant
Mr J. Morgan
Black's Map of Scotland
Johnston's County Map
New Statistical Account
076 This name is applied to a large mountain neighbouring to Ben Mucdhubh in a westerly direction. It is divided from it by the pass Larig Gruamach. Its summit is broKen by a large cliff facing southeasterly. Its height as shewn by "Black's Large Map of Scotland" is 4265.
COIRE BHROCHAIN Coire Bhrochain Mr A McDonald
Mr J. Grant
Mr J. Morgan.
076 This name is applied to a deep hollow immediately under the cliffs mentioned in the above description. Its whole surface is covered with large loose rocKs. (Name Signifies the Hollow of the Porridge.
COIRE RUADH Coire Ruadh Mr A McDonald
Mr J. Grant
Mr J Morgan
076 This name is applied to a hollow in Breariach situated nearly ½ a mile north east of Coire Brochain. Its surface is covered with a crop of loose stones (Name Signifies the Reddish coloured Hollow)

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Aberdeenshire -- Ph [Parish] of Crathie and Braemar
Bruthach Brudhach Brughach - See remark at bottom of this page, a steep ascent an acclivity &c
(Braigh Riabhach) JMcD
Bruthiach -ni'ach [note] the brindled acclivity
Bruthiach -ni'ach - This name is derived from the Gaelic words Bràigh Riabhach, but is better known in the Anglicised form [signed] GM

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