List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT GOIRTEIN NAN CAORACH Allt Goirtein nan Caorach Revd [Reverend] John Maclean
Mr Foster, Gleann Dubh Lochain
063 ; 077 ; 078 A small stream flowing into the River Arnisdale, a quarter of a mile westward from the point where Allt Ùtha joins that river. It signifies "Burn of the Little Field of the Sheep"
LOCHAN UAMHALT Lochan Uamhalt Mr Duncan Morrison Caolasmor
Revd [Reverend] John Maclean
078 Applied to a small Loch on the southern face of Druim Fada directly north of Rudha Leac an Aoil. It means "Lonely Little Loch." Property of Evan Baillie Esq.
ALLT CHAMAS CHONALAIN MHOIR Allt Chamas Chonalain Mhòir Mr Duncan Morrison Caolasmor
Revd [Reverend] John Maclean
078 A small rapid stream flowing in a south-westerly course from the western end of Druim Fada into a small bay on Loch Hourn, called Camus Chonalain Mor. Meaning not known.

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Written on Sheets 63 & 78 [Comment below Allt Goirtein na Caorach]
Camas ? [Comment that refers to Allt Chamais Chonalain Mhòir]

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