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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CÀRN EASGAINN MÒR Càrn Easgainn Mòr
Càrn Easgainn Mòr
Càrn Easgainn Mòr
Revd [Reverend] H. MacKenzie Manse, Moy
Mr J. MacKintosh F.C. [Free Church] School - Tomatin
Mr J Stuart Coignafeuinternich
056 A prominent hill Situated about 20 chains east of Càrn Coire Easgrabath, it is covered with heathy pasture to its Summit, and in the property of A Aeneas MacKintosh of MacKintosh, Moy Hall. It signifies the "large hill of the eel".
CAOCHAN GARBH Caochan Garbh
Caochan Garbh
Caochan Garbh
Revd [Reverend] H. MacKenzie Manse, Moy
Mr J. MacKintosh F.C. [Free Church] School. Tomatin
Mr J Stuart Coignafeuinternich
056 A small stream having its Source at the northern base of Càrn choire Odhair, and flowing in a westerly direction until it enters allt an Daibhidh, about one mile from where that stream enters the River Findhorn. It Signifies the "Rough Streamlet".
ALLT AN DAIBHIDH Allt an Daibhidh
Allt an Daibhidh
Allt an Daibhidh
Revd [Reverend] H. MacKenzie Manse, Moy
Mr J. MacKintosh F.C. [Free Church] School. Tomatin
Mr J Stuart Coignafeuinternich
056 ; 071 A considerable Stream having its source at the Confluence of Caochan Dearg Mòr and Caochan na h-Eige Duibhe and flowing in a north westerly direction until it enters the River Findhorn It Signifies "Daviot Burn"

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County of Inverness -- Parish of Moy & Dalarossie

[note] Easg A ditch formed by nature A fen A bog &c
In Irish Easgaidh - A hill - has no affinity to eels

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