List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARN AN T-SEAN-LIATHANAICH Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich
Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson, Minister Cawdor
Mr. John Macnaughton, (Schoolmaster, Cawdor)
Mr. Hugh McBean (Gamekeeper, Drynachan Lodge,)
012 This name applies to a large hill south east of the Streens over which the boundary between this County and that of Inverness runs. It means "Cairn or Hill of the Old Grey-Headed Man."
COIRE CARN AN T-SEAN-LIATHANAICH Coire Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich
Coire Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. McPherson
Mr. John Macnaughton
Mr. Hugh McBean
012 This name is applied to a hollow on the north side of the above hill. It means "Hollow of the Cairn of the Old Grey-Headed Man"

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County of Nairn -- Parish of Moy and Dalarossie

Transcriber's notes

Càrn an t-Sean-liathanaich - written in Situation column - Ph.[Parish] of Moy & Dalarossie

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Bizzy- Moderator, Harold F