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OS1/9/3/52

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BEINN LOCHAIN Ben Lochain
Ben Lochain
Ben Lochain
Peter Turner
Archibald Cameron
Colin MacKie
010 This name is applied to a ridge topped hill considerably lower than "Ben Eich," and "Doune Hill" betwixt which it is situated the name signifies the hill of the small loch from a small pool in its vicinity.
STUC BAN Stuchd a' Bhan Peter Turner 010 A rock on the southern slope of "Doune Hill." the name is only now known to the authority quoted

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County Dumbarton

[Below entry for Beinn Lochain:]
"Beinn, (G. [Gaelic]) A mountain; a hill, &c
Lochain, or Lochan, (dim: [diminutive] of Loch.) A little loch.
"Beinn Lochain", The hill of the little loch; - Gael. [Gaelic]

[Below entry for Stuc Ban:]
Stùchd, (G. [Gaelic]) A little hill jutting out from a
or Stùc ........greater; a cliff or pinnacle, &c
Bhàn, (G) [Gaelic]. Fair; white. otherwise Bàn - see "Rudha Bàn" &c
"Stùchd Bhàn" - White pinnacle, or cliff

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"Sithe Mor" scored out, to be found on page 54.

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