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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NA DÈIGHE FO THUATH Loch na Dèighe fo Thuath Mr J MacMillan
A A Carmichael Esq
J. MacSweyn
045 This name applies to fresh-water loch of irregular form. It lies about 1/2 mile N. E. [North East] of the hill called Riveval and signifies "North Icy Loch", John Gordon Esqr. Proprietor, Cluny Castle, Aberdeenshire
Black Loch
Dubh-loch Ruaibhal
Mr. J. MacMillan
Admiralty Chart
Johnston's Map
A. A. Carmichael Esqr.
045;044 Applies to a fresh-water loch of very irregular form. lies about 3/4 of a mile N [North] of Riveval, has several little islands in it. Signification obscure. John Gordon Esqr. Proprietor
LOCH NA BÈIRÈ Loch nan Bèirè Mr. J. MacMillan
A A Carmichael. Esq.
045 Is applied to a fresh-water loch situated about 3/4 of a mile N.E. [North East] of Riveval. This loch is about 1/2 mile in length by about 1/4 mile in breadth, and has 3 Islets on it.
Signification obscure
Proprietor John Gordon Esqr.

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