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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MOINE CEANN A' MHILL Moine Chinn a' Mhill
Moine Chinn a' Mhill
Moine Chinn a' Mhill
"Moine Ceann a' Mhill",
Archibald McMillan
William McCallum
James Wotherspoon
Gael: ortho. [Gaelic orthography]
234 Applicable to a hollow extending from near Cladh Dhruim na-h-Airde northwards for about 15 chains.
Sig [Signification] "Moss at head of hill"
MOINE A' GHUAIL Moine Ghuail


Moine a' Ghuail
Archibald McMillan
William McCallum
James Wotherspoon
234 A small mossy piece of ground extending from the north end of Creag Sheangan eastwards upwards of 10 chains.
Sign. [Signification] "The Coal Moss"
TOBAR AN SGIAN-PHEANNA Tobar na Sgine BĂ ine


"Tobar an Sgian-pheanna",
Archibald McMillan
William McCallum
James Wotherspoon
Well of the pen-knife.
234 A spring near the north end of Moine Chinn a Mhill.
Sign. [Signification] "Well of the pen knife"

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[Entry for Cnoc na Moine Ghuail has been crossed out]

Tobar an Sgian-pheanna [note]
Tobar an Sgian-pheanna
nom. [nominative] Sgian-pheann gen. [genitive] Sgian-pheanna
See "Sgian-cheann" - Macleod & Dewar's Dicty [Dictionary] a word similar inflection

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