Township: Cornaigmore

Map Reference: Cornaigmore 60

Name Type: watercourse

Meaning: Dwelly gives Col as "an impediment, obstacle."

Other Forms:

Related Places:

The sluice at the start of the mill lade. Angus MacKinnon, the father of Iain Aonghais, was in charge of raising and lowering it - HAMcC.

The miller adjusted the setting to maintain water levels in the loch. There was a second col-uisge at the north end of Loch a' Chlair so that the water coming into Loch Bhasapol could be controlled - IMcK.

Local Form:

Languages : Gaelic

Informants: Hugh Archie MacCallum, Whitehouse, 2/1994

Informant 2: Iain MacKinnon (Iain Chaluim), Kilmoluaig, 5/2000

Informant 3: Archie MacKinnon, Cornaigmore, and Iain Aonghais MacKinnon, Kilmoiluaig 8/1994