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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SRUTHAN NA H-AIRIDH-RIABHAICH Sruthan na h-Airidg-riabhaich Neil McIntyre, Howbeg
A A Carmichael Esq
D. Beaton
050 This name signifies "Stream of the Hollow of the Shieling". It has its principal source on the North side of Maoil Daimh and flows in a Northerly direction until it joins Ant' Ionaire Mòr within a very short distance of the East end of Loch Druidibeg,
GLAC NA H-AIRIDH-RIABHACH Glac na h-Airidh-riabhaich
Glaic na h-Airi-riabhaich
Neil McIntyre, Howbeg
D. Beaton
A A Carmichael Esq.
050 This name applies to a glen or hollow on the North side of Maoil Daimh. It signifies "Hollow of the Shieling Stream"
Property of John Gordon Esquire Cluny Castle, Aberdeenshire

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