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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NA SCORTHACH Loch na Scorthach Mr Richmond
Mr. J. Campbell
Mr. D. Stewart
054 A small mountain Loch situated between Loch Ness and Loch Knockie. The property of J. M. Grant Esq. Of Glenmoriston. Name signifies "Loch of the Liver." Scorthach Is well known in the locality and is supposed to be a provincialism.
MEALL NA TARGAID Meall na Targaid Mr J. Campbell
Mr D. Stewart Mr M. Fraser
054 A rocky eminence situated about 30 chains north of Loch Knockie. The property of Lord Lovat. Name signifies "Hill of the Target"
STAC NAM FITHEACH Stac nam Fitheach Mr J. Campbell
Mr D. Stewart
Mr M. Fraser
054 A conspicuous rock on the east face of Meall na Targaid. Name signifies "Rock of the Ravens"

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