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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MAOL AN FHEIDH Maol a' Fheidh Finlay Sinclair
Colin MacKay
Peter McGregor
Duncan McFarlan
009 A high and regular shaped promontory on the farm of "Strone". It is the principal feature of 4. On its West slope is situated "Maol Odhar", and "The Strone" projects a mile from its South end, and a pass runs between its North end and "Ben Mheannach". The name, "Maol a Fheidh", signifies The Deer's Promontory.
Maol Odhar
Maol Odhar
Maol Odhar
Finlay Sinclair
Colin MacKay
Peter McGregor
Duncan McFarlan
009 A dun coloured promontory, as its name implies, on the West side of "Maol a'Fheidh". Though of no great height it is a very prominent feature.

Continued entries/extra info

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Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Maol Odhar:]
"Maol", (G) [Gaelic] A promontory.
"Odhar", (G) [Gaelic] Dun colored.

[Below entry for Maol an Fheidh:]
"Fhèidh, fr: [from] Fiadh. A deer.

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