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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT CUIL NA CAILLICH Allt Cùil na Caillich
Allt Cùil na Caillich
Allt Cùil na Caillich
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D. Campbell
Mr J Guthrie
086 This is a large hill stream which commences at the West side of A' Chailleach, and runs east wards for about a mile and a half when it joins Alt Bruthach an Easain after which it is Known by Allt a' Chaoruinn It means Back Burn of the old woman
A' CHAILLEACH A' Chailleach
A' Chailleach
A' Chailleach
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr. D. Campbell
Mr J Guthrie
086 This is a large high, and conspicuous hill, lying near the head, but on the west side of Allt a' Chaoruinn, very rocky ons its Eastern face on which side there is a large hollow to which it gives a name. It means "The Old woman"

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