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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AUCHINGAICH BURN Auchingaich Burn
Auchingaich Burn
Auchingaich Burn
Duncan McFarlan
Colin McKay
Finlay Sinclair
009 ; 012 A good stream rising in the Glen between "Ben Chaorich" and "Maol a' Fheidh", which flows in a Southerly direction and falls into"Fruin Water" near "Auchinguich" which name is supposed to be derived from Achadh an Chatha, which signifies The Battlefield, as is stands on the site of the Battle between the McGregors and Colquhouns, fought in 1622.
ALLT GARBH Allt Garbh Duncan McFarlan
Colin MacKay
Finlay Sinclair
009 A rugged stream, as its name implies, rising on the side of "Ben Chaorich" and flowing down the side of that mountain falls into "Auchinguich Burn" near its source.

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Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Allt Garbh:]
Allt, (G.[Gaelic]) A mountain stream.
Garbh (G. [Gaelic]) of unequal surface

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