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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEALACH AN T-SAIC Bealach an t-Saic
Bealach an t-Saic
Bealach an t-Saic
Finlay Sinclair
Colin MacKay
Duncan McFarlan
009 A name signifying The pass of the burden, from the fact of ponies having been formerly driven through it laden with panniers. It is a slight and wide depression between "Ben Mheannach" and "Maol a' Fheidh".
THE STRONE The Strone Finlay Sinclair
Colin MacKay
Duncan McFarlan
009 The anglicised form of the word An t-Sron - a projection. It applies to a long, narrow topped, regular shaped, projection of considerable height, shooting out from the South side of "Maol a'Fheidh".
The farm of Strone, which lies at the base of its South end, derives its name from this.

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Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Bealach an t-Saic:]
Bealach, - A pass. (G) [Gaelic]
Saic, from Sac, A load, a burden.

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Alison James- Moderator, Liz Stenhouse, CorrieBuidhe- Moderator

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