List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRUACH DHUBH Cruach Dhubh Peter Turner, Auchengavin 010 A low ridge topped hill, at the west of the village of "Luss", on the eastern slope slate is extensively wrought and on the north end of the top is a forked feature bearing the name of Stob Gobhlach, which is generally applied to the whole hill, by the people in the neighbourhood. Cruach Dhubh being now only known to the authority quoted.
Stob Gobhlach
Stob Gobhlach
Peter Turner
Duncan McFarlane, Camstraddan Hill
John McLellan, Moledruich
010 A name applied to two rocky knolls on the northern shoulder of "Cruach Dhubh", which in the neighbourhood is better known as "Stob gobhlach."
Crom Allt
Crom Allt
Peter Turner
Duncan McFarlane
Rev. [Reverend] Duncan Campbell Luss
010 A good stream rising on the eastern slope of "Maol Remehar" pursuing a northerly direction, and falls into "Allt Dornan", about 55 chains south west of Auchengavin. the name signifies Crooked burn.

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[Below entry for Cruach Dubh:]
"Cruach, A high hill, - Gael [Gaelic].
Dhubh, (G.) [Gaelic] Black

Dhubh nom. sing. fem. [nominative singular feminine]

[Below entry for Stob Gobhlach:]
Stob, - A stake, (G) [Gaelic]
Gobhlach, Forked, pronged (G.) [Gaelic]

[Below entry for Crom Allt:]
"Cròm, (G). [Gaelic] Crooked, bent, cut.
Allt, (G). [Gaelic] A mountain stream.

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