List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Loch Namaddy
Mr E. McDonald
Admiralty Chart
Black's Map
Johnston's Map
Ainslie's Map
035 Is applied to a large bay entering from the Little Minch, between the headlands on North Uist called Leac a' Mhadaidh and Weavers Point, it runs in a north west direction for a distance of 5 1/2 miles, and affords good anchorage for vessels at all seasons of the year, there being several sheltered and safe anchorage places in the bay. It derives its name from 3 bold rocks which are situate at the entrance called Maddy More Maddy Beg and Maddy Gruamach - Maddy signifies "dog".
CAM-ARD-BEAG Cam-ard-Beag
Little Camairo
Mr E. McDonald
A. A. Carmichael Esq
Admiralty Chart
Signifies "Little crooked point" and is applied to a small headland situate on the opposite side of the narrow channel on the south side of Eilean Leiravay.

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Parish of N. [North] Uist -- County of Inverness

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