List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SLEEK OF TARTY Sleek of Tarty
Sleek of Tarty
Sleek of Tarty
Mr. Robert Moir Meikle Tarty
Mr. James Harvey Mains of Tarty
Mr. Alexander Davie Logie
048 Applies to a large bay in the River Ythan extending from The Snub to the mouth of the Tarty Burn, at low water it is a vast expanse of sand & mud
Inch Geck
Inch Geck
Statistical Account of Parish of Logie Buchan
Mr. Alexander Davie Logie
Mr. Robert Moir Meikle Tarty
048 Applies to a small island in the River Ythan about three acres in extent, and situated about a mile and a half from the sea.

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[Note relating to 'Sleek of Tarty'] - Sleek. A measure of fruits, roots &c. Containing
forty pounds. Perhaps originally a measure of liquids.
Sleek. Mire; Slime. Sleek. snow and rain mixed: sleet (JAmieson)

[Note relating to 'Inch Geck'] Geck. Gerk. A sign of derision. To gie one the geck, to give him
the slip; generally including the idea of exposing him to derision
Inch, Inche. An Island (JAmieson)

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