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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Coire Fuar
Coire Fuar
Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Peter Turner
Colin MacKay
Statistical Account
010 A minor feature in the extensive dell "Coire Coingheil." Its appearance is not remarkable and the depression slight. The Statistical Account erroneously applies this name to the top of the hill. The name signifies the Cold Corrie.
Coire Cann
Coire Cann
Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Peter Turner
Colin MacKay
010 An extensive dell sweeping round from "Creag-an-leinibh," to the end of "Coilleeughain Hill" Its sides are spotted with small rocks and it falls to a great depth. The signification of this name is not known

Continued entries/extra info

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[Below entry for Coire Fuar:]
"Coire, (G) [Gaelic]. A mountain dell, a circular hollow
surrounded with hills
Fuar, (G) [Gaelic]. Cold, chilly

[Below entry for Coire Cann:]
"Coire, (G) [Gaelic]. See above.
"Can. (G) [Gaelic]. White.
"Cann, (G) [Gaelic]. A vessel, a full moon.

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