List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Manish More
Manish More
Mr James McKenzie Balcharn, Island of Raasay.
Rev. [Reverend] Angus Galbraith
W. McKenzie, Farmer, Suishnish, Raasay
Black's Map
024 This name is given to several ruins, and a small portion of land once under cultivation, which is situated on the west coast of Raasay island about six miles from Raasay House, the name Manish is said to be Scandinavian, and has therefore been anglicised. It is the property of W. Armitage Esq?
MANISHMORE BURN Manishmore Burn Mr James McKenzie
Rev. [Reverend] Angus Galbraith.
W. McKenzie
024 This is a small hill stream about two miles in length, which rises in several branches on the western side of "Beinn a'Chapuill", and runs in a North Westerly direction, entering the sea at Manish Mor. As the name is Scandinavian, it has been anglicised.
Càrn Mòr
Càrn Mòr
Mr. James McKenzie
Rev [Reverend] Angus Galbraith
W. McKenzie
024 This name applies to a hill covered with heather, in the middle of the island, about eight miles north of Raasay House. It is on the estate of W. Armitage Esq., Raasay House. The name is gaelic and signifies "large cairn".

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