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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAOCHAN AN RIASGAICH Caochan an Riasgaich
Caochan an Riasgaich
Caochan an Riasgaich
Caochan an Riasgaich
Revd. [Reverend] A. Campbell, Free Church Manse Petty
Mr Angus McDonald, Barnhill Inverness -
Mr Alexander Bain, Drumore, Daviot
Mr John Fraser, Dalcross.
010 A small stream which rises on the western face of Carn Dearg, and fall into Meur Mhinn, near to where the county boundary leaves that stream. It is only about ¾ths of a mile in length It means, Streamlet of the green face
FEITH GHORM Fèith Ghorm
Fèith Ghorm
Fèith Ghorm
Fèith Ghorm
Revd [Reverend] A Campbell
Mr Angus McDonald, Barnhill
Mr Alexander Bain, Drumore
Mr John Fraser, Dalcross
010 This is a small hill stream, the source of which is a spring well on the side of An Riasgach, and falls in a north western direction untill it falls into Meur Mhinn It is about half a mile in length It means green vein.
LOCH NAN CLACH Loch nan Clach
Loch nan Clach
Loch nan Clach
Loch nan Clach
Mr A Campbell
Mr Angus McDonald
Mr Alexander Bain
Mr John Fraser
010 This name is applied to a large hole in mossy ground on the top of Carn Dearg. It is supposed to have been a loch, but at present it could not contain water, as there are large gaps in its banks; it is now full of soft mud It means loch of the stone

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