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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
UIDH DRISEACH Uidh Driseach Mr William McLean, Lochadraing. 019A A small stream connecting Loch Loch a Chaol-thuill with Loch an Laoigh. Meaning, "Brambly Ford."
LOCH AIRIDH AN EILEIN Loch Airidh an Eilein Mr William McLean, Lochadraing. 019A A loch a quarter of a mile east of Loch a Chaol-thuill. Meaning, "Loch of the Shealing of the Island."
MEALLAN DEARG BEAG Meall an Dearg Beag Mr William McLean, Lochadraing. 019A A small hill about a quarter of a mile southeast of Meall-an Dearg Mòr. Meaning, "Little Red Hill".
GLAC NAN CUILE Glac nan Cuile Mr William McLean, Lochadraing. 019A A small hollow half a mile east of Meallan Dearg Mòr. Meaning, "Hollow of the Reeds."

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