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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH GAINEAMHACH Loch Gaineamhaiche
Loch Gaineamhaiche
"Loch Gaineamhach"
Mr D. Dewar Kilmartin
Mr. McNeil Glasvar
G.O. [Gaelic Orthography]
139 A large Loch situated on the old road from Kilnuer, Loch Awe, to Craignure and about four miles from the latter place. It is a loch of Considerable extent being about a mile in length, Sig: [Signification] "Sandy Loch".
LOCH TUNNAIG Loch Tunnaig
Loch Tunnaig
Loch Tunnaig
Loch Tunnag
Mr Dewar
Mr. McNeil
(s [singular]) GO [Gaelic Orthography]
(pl [plural])
139 A small loch situated a short distance N.W. [North West] of Loch Gaineamhaiche, Signification, "Duck's Loch"
TOBAR AN T-SAGAIRT Tobar an t-Sagairt
Tobar an t-Sagairt
Mr Dewar
Mr. McNeil
139 A small well situated on the old road from Kilnuer to Craignure and about a quarter of a mile from "Bealach Gaoithe" Sig. [Signification] "Priest's Well."
BEALACH GAOITHE Bealach Gaoithe
Bealach Gaoithe
"Bealach Gaothach"
Bealach Gaoithe
Mr Dewar
Mr. McNeil
G.O. [Gaelic Orthography]
Pass of the Wind
139 A narrow pass on the old road from Kilnuer to Craignure and about a mile and a half N.W. [North West] from the latter. Sig. [Signification] "Windy pass."

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