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OS1/33/16/44

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH NA GAINMHICH Loch na Gainmhich Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
004 This name signifies the "Sandy loch," and applies to a large mountain loch situated about half a mile to the north-east of "Cnoc na Glaic Tarsuinn," on the property of his Grace the Duke of Sutherland.
ALLT NA BRUACHAIN DUIBHE Allt na Bruachain Duibhe Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
004; 005 This name signifies stream of the "Little Black Brae," it has its source a short distance to the east of "Cnoc na Glaic Tarsuinn," and flows in an easterly direction until it Joins "Allt Lòn na Béiste,"
CNOC NA GLAIC TARSUINN Cnoc na Glaic Tarsuinn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Joass.
Mr. John McKay.
004 This name signifies "Knoll of the Black Brae," and applies to a heathy Clad hill situated a short distance to the South east of "Beinn Dhearg Bheag," on the property of his Grace, the Duke of Sutherland.

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County of Sutherland.

Loch na Gainmhich [Note]
Loch na Gainimh
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shortest form of spelling

Allt na Bruachain Duibhe [Notes]
Allt a' Bhruachain Duibh ?
On Sheet 5
Diminutives in an are generally masculine
Allt na Bruachain Duibhe sounds to the ear
as if it were the plural the speaker would mean to imply

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