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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT BAD AN IASGAIR Allt Bad an Iasgair
Allt Bad an Iasgair
Allt Bad an Iasgair
Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod
Mr Macdonald
011 ; 013 A pretty considerable stream having its source near Inverness-shire boundary between Carn nan Clach Garbha and Lochindorb. It flows north westerly accross the Carrbridge & Nairn road & ultimately falls into Tomlachlan Burn. Signification "The Fisher's Tufty Burn".
CARN MOR Càrn Mor
Càrn Mor
Càrn Mor
Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod
Mr Macdonald
011 This is a small hill between Tomlachlan and Leonach burns directly south of Carn Beag. It signifies "Large Cairn"
DROCHAID ALLT BAD AN IASGAIR Drochaid Allt Bad an Iasgair
Drochaid Allt Bad an Iasgair
Drochaid Allt Bad an Iasgair
Rev. [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie
Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Macleod
Mr Macdonald
011 This name applies to a one arched County bridge spanning Allt Bad an Iasgair about sixteen miles from Nairn on the road leading to Carrbridge. Means "Bridge of the Fisher's Tufty Burn."

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County of Nairn -- Parish of Ardclach

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