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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COIRE NA H-INGHINN Coire na h-Inghinn
Coire na h-Inghinn
Coire na h-Inghinn
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D Campbell
Mr John Guthrie
086 This is a small hollow, which lies between a' Bhanarach and Càrn Coire na h-Inghinn and faces allt ùnaig but on the south side of that stream. It means the Damsel's corry
CARN AN FHREICEADAIN Càrn an Fhreiceadain
Càrn an Fhreiceadain
Càrn an Fhreiceadain
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D Campbell
Mr John Guthrie
071 ; 072 ; 086 ; 087 This name is applied to a high hill in this quarter and lies a short distance to the East of the top of allt na Geare-fhath, and a short distance to the north of Meall [Unaig]; and is of a conical shape on its northern end. it was used formerly, by the people of Kingussie owing to the extensive view to be had from its summit, as an out post, to watch the approach of an enemy, from which it gets its name. It means cairn of the Watch or Sentinel

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Better Coire na-Nighinn

Transcriber's notes

The note beginning "Better..." is what seems to be a pencilled entry referring to an alternative spelling of the name as it appears on the plan

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

George Baker