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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT A' GHORM-LOCHA Allt a' Ghorm-lochan Revd Mr MacKenzie
James McRae Gamekeeper, Tighachrochadair, Glen Gowrie
002 This name applies to a Stream rising from An Gorm Loch, and flowing in a north eastern direction to its Confluence with Allt Ballach. The name signifies "Burn of the Blue Loch"
ALLT BALLACH Allt Ballach Revd Mr MacKenzie
James McRae Gamekeeper, Tighachrochadair, Glen Gowrie
002 This name applies to a Stream Commencing at the termination of Allt. A.Ghorm Locha: and flowing in an eastern direction to its Confluence with Allt Goibhe. It signifies the "Spotted Burn".
AN GORM-LOCH An Gorm-Loch Revd Mr MacKenzie
James McRae Gamekeeper, Tighachrochadair, Glen Gowrie
009 This name applies to a Loch partly in the Co. Inverness and partly in the Co. Ross. The name Signifies "The Blue Loch"
DRUIM BALLACH Druim Ballach Revd Mr MacKenzie
James McRae Gamekeeper, Tighachrochadair, Glen Gowrie
002 This name applies to Ridge of a hill situated on the East-side of Allt A Ghorm Lochan. It means "The Spotted Ridge".

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