|Sources||Na Flobhachan (This is a new name borrowed from English) : S. Grannd, Faclair
1. A wet peat-bog, a morass, a swamp “a low-lying piece of watery land, rough and benty, which has not been broken up”, Also in n.Eng. dial. Freq. in place-names, esp. in Gall. Adj. flowy, boggy, spongy, of ground or turf.
This is also known as The Flow Country.