Township: (Rubha) Craignis,Hough

Map Reference: Craignish 49

Name Type: shore

Meaning: The end of the big hand (meaning Craignish) - WMcL

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Information:A slight gully in the middle of Craignish, just south of Onamul. Men would hide in the ruins in the evening and wait for cormorants returning south to roost. If the weather was wild they would cut accross the middle of Craignish rather than fly around the outside, and they could be shot more easily - WMcL.

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Languages : Gaelic

Informants: Willie MacLean, Balinoe, 11/2009

Informant 2: Alasdair MacDonald, Druimasadh, Balevullin, 3/1994

Informant 3: Alasdair Sinclair, Greenhill, 11/1995