List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Colin McKay, Gleann na Caorruinn
Finlay Sinclair
Peter MacGregor, Glenmallan
009 A name, supposed to be a corruption of Diorbheachd, applied to about 2 miles of the very steep hillside which slopes to "Loch Long". A very small portion of the name belongs to "Row Parish", the principal part being in Roseneath. It extends in "Row Parish" from the Parish boundary to a stream a quarter of a mile to the North of it.

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Co [County] Dumbarton

"Urach," (G.) [Gaelic] A bottle, pail, or small tub.
Earthy, dusty.

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