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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT NA CEARDAICH Allt an Kardoc
Allt an Kardoc
Allt an Kardoc
"Allt na Ceardaich"
Mr. Baxter
C. Black
D. McArthur
182 A small stream rising on Cruach an Bealach and falling into Loch Riddon near Port an Eilean. Sign: [Signification] Not known
ALLT GLAC NA MAIL Allt-an-Glaic-a-mhail


"Allt Glac-a-mhaill"
"Allt Glac na Mail"
Mr. Baxter
C. Black
D. McArthur
The Hill-hollow Burn
Hollow of the beach Burn
182 A considerable stream rising on the Northern slope of Cnoc Breamanach; it pursues a Westernly course for about a mile, then, suddenly turning it[ ] Southward, ultimately falling into the Kyles of Bute, near Burnt Island. Sig: [Signification] Not known.

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Argyllshire

Allt na Ceardaich [note]
Is Kardoc not a misspelling of Ceairdaich A forge?
However the Gaelic letters should be used when the sound
is the same i.e. C should be used instead K.

Allt Glac na Mail [note]
See page 73
Allt Glac na Mail
The hollow of the beach-Burn

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