List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT A' MHUILINN Allt a'Mhuilinn

Allt a'Mhuilinn
Rev. A.D.MacKenzie
Mr Donald Fraser
008 ; 016 This name signifies the "Burn of the Hill" and applies to a stream rising near the head of Coire Mhuilinn and flowing in a south easterly direction until it falls into the river Farrar near Loch Mhuilinn.
ALLT NA LICE BUIDHE Allt na Lice Buidhe Rev A.D.Mackenzie
Mr D.Fraser
Mr C.Campbell Keeper, Dunmanglass Struy
008 ; 016 This name signifies "Burn of the Yellow []late[] and applies to a small stream rising about half a [] to the north of Creag a Bhealaidh and flows in a southerly direction until it enters the River Farrar.
CARN NAN EARRAN BANA Carn nan Gearran Bana
Carn nan Gearran Bana
Rev A.D.MacKenzie. F.C.Minister Kilmorack.
Mr C.Campbell Gamekeeper per Struy
008 This name signifies "The White [] [] and is applied to a hill of considerable height which is situated bewteen Laine na Na []Dpair, and Caine nan Caorach situated on the property of Lord Lovat.
LEACANN MHOR Leancann Mhor Rev A.D.MacKenzie F.C.Manse Beauly.
Mr Donald Fraser, Keeper Broulin
007 ; 008 This name signifies "Big Hill Side" and applies to a long side of a hill east of Allt an Tuill Cheilte and covered with healthy pasture, situated about 2 miles north east of Broulin Lodge, Property of Lord Lovat of Beaufort Castle by Beauly

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