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OS1/17/3/64

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FIONN-TOM MÒR Fionn-tom Mòr
Fionn-tom Mòr
Fionn-tom Mòr
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D Campbell
Mr John Guthrie
086 This is a small hill covered with rough grass, situated at the north end of Coire Ballach, and on the East side of Abhainn Crò Chlach It means Big white Hillock.
FIONN-TOM BEAG Fionn-tom Beag
Fionn-tom Beag
Fionn-tom Beag
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D Campbell
Mr John Guthrie
086 A small hill, which lies a short distance to the Eastwards of Fionn-tom Mòr It means, small white Hillock
SREANG GLAIS-FHATH CHÙIL Sreang Glais-fhath chùil
Sreang Glais-fhath chùil
Sreang Glais-fhath chùil
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D Campbell
Mr John Guthrie
086 This name applies to a low ridge of hills, the end of which lies a short distance to the East of Fionn-tom Beag, and lies between Allt Fionn-tom Mòr, and Caochan Eag Dubh nam Meirleach, It means string of the Back Grey Field

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[note] Sreang Glais a' chùil
See page 49 for Sreang Glas a chùil or Sreang Glais-fhath Cùil
Sreang Glasach-chùil

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