Carrick Gallovidian: A Historical Survey of the Ancient Lordship of Galloway, with Original Translations of the Place-names and Genealogical Charts and Notes Pertaining Principally to Its Ancient Division of Carrick . Also Relative Notes and Translations Pertaining To: (a) Glasgow, the Clyde, the Solway and Other Areas in Scotland, and (b) Certain Scots Words of General Interest
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ancient appear BALC Balloch Bargany Barrhill Barrhill village Bennane border burn cairn Cassillis castle CATHAIR century Clyde Colmonell Craig CREAG DAIL Dailly Deil's Dyke DRUIM Duisk Dunure Dwelly f mile farm feet Firth ford fort-circle fort-hill fortress Gaelic word Gallovidian Gaelic Galloway and Carrick Girvan Harbour glen height hill-point hillock hyall Kennedy Kirk knoll known Laigh land left bank Literally Loch Doon Loch Ryan Lord of Galloway Macdowall Maybole meadows meaning MHEALL mile east mile north miles S.E. miles south moorland mound mountain Northern Scots Northern Scots Gaelic PEINN Pictish Pinmore prehistoric rampart referred represent the Gaelic ridge right bank River Doon rock rocky hill s.m. a hill s.m. a loch s.m. anc Scotland Scots Doric Scots Gaelic Shalloch Shire signifying slopes Solway standing stane steading Stewartry stone summit valley Water of Girvan Water of Luce Water of Stinchar