List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MEALL NA CLOICHE GILE Meall na Chloiche Gile
Meall na Chloiche Gile
Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. William Ross
062 This name is applied to an ordinary sized hill, Situated about one mile to the west of Loch Fiadhaig Signifies "Knoll of the white stone," Property of His Grace the Duke of Sutherland
Loch Fiodhaig
Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. W. Ross
062 Applies to a sheet of water Situated about 4 miles to the northeast of Overscaig Inn. Signifies "Loch of the Bird Cherry".
1-inch Revision October 1894.
Loch Fiag For authorities see pages 48 & 59 Name anglicised
SRATH AN DUBH-AIRIDHE Srath an Dubh-airidhe
Srath an Dubh-airidhe
Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. W. Ross
062 Applies to a small strath situated about 2 miles to the north of Overscaig Inn, Signifies "Strath of the Black Shealing".
ALLT AN LAOIGH Allt an Laoigh
Allt an Laoigh
Rev. [Reverend] J.M. Joass
Mr. W. Ross
062; 073 Applies to a small stream having its source on the east side of the hill Known as Cnoc Ghreim, it runs in a southerly direction till it enters Loch Shin Signifies "The Calf's Burn".

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