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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAG CAIT Creag Cait
Creag Cait
Creag Cait
Peter Turner
Duncan McFarlane
Rev. [Reverend] Duncan Campbell
010 This is applied to a precipice of rocks. On the side of "Crom Allt" about 15 chains south of the junction of the "Crom Allt" and Allt Dornan the name signifies the Cats Craig.
SRON AN LAOIGH Sron an Laoigh
Sron an Laoigh
Sron an Laoigh
Peter Turner
Duncan McFarlane
John McLellan
010 This name is applied to a projection off the north shoulder of "Ben Ruisg", and considerably lower in height. The name signifies the calfs point or nose.
SRON AN LAOIGH BURN Sron an Laoigh Burn
Sron an Laoigh Burn
Sron an Laoigh Burn
Peter Turner
Duncan McFarlane
John McLellan
010 A good stream rising in Coire a' Chnoich pursuing an Easterly direction and falls into the Allt Dornan about 7 chains South of the junction of the "Crom Allt" with the Allt Dornan.

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[Below entry for Creag Cait:]
"Creag - A craig, rock, &c (G.) [Gaelic].
Cait, gen: [genitive] of Cat, a cat, Gael. [Gaelic].

[Below entry for Sron an Laoigh:]
Sròn, G. [Gaelic] - A nose; a promontory; point, Gael. [Gaelic]
Laogh, Gen: [Genitive] Laoigh, - A calf, Gael. [Gaelic]

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Alison James- Moderator, CorrieBuidhe- Moderator

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