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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ALLT COIRE NAN CLACH Allt Coire nan Clach
Allt Coire nan Clach
Mr A C MacKenzie
Mr A MacKenzie
064; 076 This name is applied to a stream having its source in Coire nan Clach. It flows in a south east direction till it enters Amhainn Dhubh. It also forms part of the Parish Boundary between Dingwall Parish and Fodderty Parish. Signifies "Burn of the Stones Hollow". Her Grace the Duchess of Sutherland and Davidson Esqr of Tulloch Proprietors.
COIRE NAN CLACH Coire nan Clach
Coire nan Clach
Mr A C MacKenzie
Mr A MacKenzie
064; 076 This name is applied to a hollow situated a mile to the west of Meall na Speireig. Adjacent to the watershed leading from that hill to Ben Wyvis. Signifies "The Stones Hollow". Davidson Esqr of Tulloch Proprietor.
GLEANN NA SPEIREIG Gleann na Speireig
Gleann na Speireig
Mr A C MacKenzie
Mr A MacKenzie
075; 076 This name is applied to a Glen. Situated about 1 1/2 miles to the south-east of Ben Wyvis. It stretches north-east for about 1 1/2 miles, its breadth being about 1/2 mile. Signifies "Hawks Glen". Property of D Davidson Esqr of Tulloch.

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