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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ABHAINN NA CÙILE Abhainn na Cuil
Abhainn na Cuil
Abhainn na Cuil
Abhainn na Cùile
Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens
Ronald McDougall, Lochend
Allister McColl, Tarbert
191 Applicable to continuation of Allt Airidh Staic & stream flowing past Cruach a' Mhullaich (191.trace 11) pursues a south & easterly and somewhat rugged course, to junction of small stream issuing from Well at Cuilnaseamraig (201 Trace 4) & hence called Abhainn à Gillean, Signification "River of the recess, or nook."
CREAG CHAT-FIADHACH Creag Chat-fhiadhaich
Creag Chat-fhiadhaich
Creag Chat-fiadhach
Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens
Ronald McDougall, Lochend
Allister McColl Tarbert
Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch
191 A precipitous rock, at southern base of Cruach Gar-dhoire, Sign. [Signification] "Wild cat crag"
CNOC DOIRE NAN EACH Cnoc Doire nan Each Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens
Ronald McDougall, Lochend
Allister McColl, Tarbert
Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch
191 An eminence of minor importance a little east of the above Sign. [Signification] "Hill of the horses"
CNOC TIGH AN T-SLUIC Cnoc Tigh an t-Sluic Archibald Sinclair Old Ashens
Ronald McDougall, Lochend
Allister McColl, Tarbert
Duncan Campbell, Glenralloch
191 A good feature on west side of Abhainn na Cuil, and southern extremity of Blar nan Con (191. trace 15), Sign, [Signification] "Hole house hill"

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