List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT A' BHURG Allt a' Burgh
Allt a' Burgh
Allt a' Burgh
John McKay, Badbea.
A. Sutherland.
J Grant.
044 A small stream, rising at the main road, flowing N. [North] East, joins Ousdale Burn about 1/4 of a mile above its Confluence with the Sea. Sig: [Signification] ''Burn of the Burgh''
EAS POLL AN DAMARIN Eas Poll an Damarin. John McKay.
A. Sutherland.
J. Grant.
044 A waterfall where the Ousdale Burn enters the sea. Sig: [Signification] ''Unknown''
CREAG NAM FEANNAG Creag na Fheannag John: McKay.
A. Sutherland.
044 Applies to two* Conspicuous rocks, a little way to sea surrounded at Low water opposite ''Poll - Bathadh'' Sig: [Signification] ''Creag of the hooded Crows''
* This name probably was applied originally to only one of these rocks but in process of time it became the habit to apply the singular form to both *
* A common form of corruption in all districts where the gaelic is dying out. [initials]
Leac Ghlas
John: McKay.
A. Sutherland.
044 A long jagged flat rock projecting from the cliff a little N. [North] of ''Ousdale Burn''

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Parish of Latheron -- Co: [County] of Caithness.

Leac Ghlas - Leac fem. [feminine]

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