List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARN RUIGH AN T-SEILICH Càrn Ruigh an t-Seilich Mr J. Campbell
Mr D. Stewart
069 A small eminence situated on the west of Glen Brein. Name signifies "The Cairn of the Willow sheiling"
GLEN BREIN Glen Brein John Peters Esq.
Mr J. Campbell
Mr D. Stewart
069 A narrow glen through which the Breinag runs. The northern extremity is at Glenbrein Lodge; Anglicised
LEACANN FIADHACH Leacann Fiadhaich Mr J. Campbell
Mr D. Stewart
069 This name signifies "The Hillside of the Deer" and is applied to a ridge on the west side of Glenbrein, extending from Doire Gheugach to the southern extremity of Glenbrein.

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LEACANN FIADHACH - altered as suggested by Capt. [Captain] Parsons RE [Royal Engineers]

[Referring to LEACANN FIADHACH] - Fiadhach (adj) [Adjacent] Abounding in deer

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