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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH COIRE NA BRUAICHE Loch Coire na Bruaiche
Loch Coire na Bruaiche
Rev. [Reverend] J M Joass Golspie
Mr. Murdoch McKay Cnocan by Lairg.
086 This name signifies the "Loch of the bank hollow", and is applied to a small Loch situated a little to the south of "Coire na Bruaiche"
BAD RA'FIN Bad Ra'fin
Bad Ra'fin
Rev. [Reverend] J M Joass
Mr M.McKay
075; 086; 087 The Signification of this name is obscure, and is applied to a piece of rough heathy ground extending along the burn of the Same name, Property of the Duke of Sutherland.
ALLT AN EISG Allt an Eisg
Allt an Eisg
Rev. [Reverend] J M Joass
Mr. M.McKay
086 This name Signifies the "fish burn" and is applied to the stream which enters The River Brora about half a mile west of Cnocan dwelling Ho. [House].
CREAG MHÒR Creag Mhòr
Creag Mhòr
Rev. [Reverend] J M Joass
Mr. M McKay
086 This name Signifies the "big Rock" and applies to a small hill a little to the east of from where Allt an Eisg joins the River Brora Property of the Duke of Sutherland.

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