List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARRAIG AN DAIMH Carraig an Daimh
Carraig an Daimh
Carraig an Daimh
Carraig nan Daimh
Mr. McNeil Dunrostan
Mr. Kerr Keillmor
Mr. Graham
Admiralty Chart.
179 A Small island, about 1¼ miles from Ridha na Cille in the "Sound of Jura". It presents a bold & striking appearance from Some deep narrow Cuts in the rocks. Sig. [Signification] "Rock of the bullock"
Dubh Sgeir
Dubh Sgeir
Mr. Kerr, Keillmor
Mr. Stewart, Keillbeg
Mr. Graham, Balure
179 A mass of rock, on the east side of "Carraig an Daimh" Sig. [Signification] "Black rock".
CEANN AN T-SAILEIN Ceann an t-Salainn
Ceann an t-Salainn
Ceann an t-Salainn
"Ceann an t-Sailein".
Mr. McNeil Danna
Mr. Graham, Danna
Mr. Graham, Ulva
G.o. [Gaelic orthography]
179 An extensive narrow inlet, almost emptied at L. W. [Low Water] hence the name.

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Ph. [Parish of] North Knapdale Argyllshire

[Ceann an t-Sailein] Sàilean A little inlet of the sea. &c.
Gen. [Genitive] Sing. [Singular] sailein

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