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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT AOIL Allt Aol
Allt Aol
Allt Aoil
D. McArthur
D. McDonald
GO [Gaelic Orthography]
140 The small stream which leaves Lochan Anam and flows S.wards [Southwards] - to its confluence with
Sig [Signification] The liuse burn
BEINN LAOIGH Beinn Larigh
Beinn Larigh
D McDonald Craigemire
D McArthur Durran
140 A large flat topped hill about 2 miles northwest of Craigemire.
Sig. [Signification] The Calf's mountain.
CREAG MHOR Creag Mhòr
Creag Mhòr
D McArthur
D McDonald
140 A large rock a short distance east of Lochan Anam.
Sig. [Signification] Great rock
LOCH AN ANAMA Lochan Anam
Lochan Anam
D McDonald
D McArthur
140 A small loch about 1 1/2 miles east of Beinn Larigh.
Sig. [Signification] Little loch of the spirit ['soul' crossed out].

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Pencil entries for 'Lochan Anam'

Loch an Anam - for Causa euphonium
Loch an Anama
See page 68

Loch an Anam sounds better than Lochan Anam
Lochan Anam is difficult to pronounce distinctly but not so Loch an Anam
Loch Garlih in the immediate vicinity is smaller & not within as dis (?)

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