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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT A' CHOIRE ODHAIR MHOIR Allt a'Choire Odhair Mhoir
Allt a'Choire Odhair Mhoir
Allt a'Choire Odhair Mhoir
Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod
Mr Macbean
013 A considerable mountain stream formed by the junction of three small streams in Coire Odhar Mòr running in a north eastern direction and ultimately falls into Leonach Burn at KnocKdhu. It signifies "Burn of the Large Dun Hollow".
ALLT NAN CLACH BREACA Allt nan Clach Breaca
Allt nan Clach Breaca
Allt nan Clach Breaca
Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie
Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod
Mr Macbean
013 Is a very small stream rising in Coire Odhar Mòr and flowing northerly to its junction with Allt Tarsuinn. Its signification is "Stream of the Speckled Stones".
ALLT TARSUINN Allt Tarsuinn
Allt Tarsuinn
Allt Tarsuinn
Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie
Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod
Mr Macbean
013 This stream has its source in the east side of Coire Odhar Mòr and in conjunction with Allt nan Clach Breac and Allt a' Bhad Mhosaiche forms Allt a' Choire Odhair Mhoir. Means "Cross Stream".
SABHAL A' GHEARSANAICH Sabhal a'Ghearsanaich
Sabhal a'Ghearsanaich
Sabhal a'Ghearsanaich
Rev: [Reverend] Mr MacKenzie Rev: [Reverend] Mr. Macleod Mr Macbean 013 Implies "Forrester's Barn" but is applied here to a prominent hill lying on the west side of Corie Odhar Beag.

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County of Nairn -- Parish of Cawdor

Transcriber's notes

Allt nan Clach Breaca - in list of names column Breaca has been circled and a note written across the page - see Carn nan Clach Garbla p. 90

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