List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT GLAC A' CHAISE Allt Glac a’ Chàise

Allt Glac a’ Chàise
Allt Glac a’ Chàise
Revd [Reverend] N. Dewar
Mr. D. Campbell
John Guthrie, Shepherd
086 This is a small hill Stream about one mile in length which rises in Glaic a' Chàise, and falls eastward, until it enters Allt a' Chaoruim, It means Stream of the Cheese Hollow
ALLT TOM DUBH-GHLAIC Allt Tom Dubh-ghlaic
Allt Tom Dubh-ghlaic
Allt Tom Dubh-ghlaic
Revd [Reverend] N Dewar
Mr D. Campbell

John Guthrie
086 This name is given to a long hill stream which rises on the East side of Craig na h-Iolaire and runs Easterly, passing at the northern base of Tom Dubh-glaic, from which hill it derives its name, until it enters All a' Chaoruim It is nearly two miles long. and has several smaller streams as tributaries It means Burn of the Knoll of the Black Hollow

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