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English nameKincardine (Ross & Cromarty)
Gaelic nameCeann Chàrdainn
Meaning

Location and type of place name

LocationArdgay
Local authorityHighland ~ A’ Ghàidhealtachd
Parish post 1891
County post 1891Ross and Cromarty ~ Ros is Cromba
Topographical feature typeSettlement ~ Tuineachadh
Post townArdgay
Postcode areaIV24
OS sheet number
OS grid referenceNH607893
Type of namePlace ~ Àite

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Further Information

Language notes 
SourcesForms for ROS Kincardine:

Cinn-chàrdain: Watson 1904, 1
Cinne-chàirdean: An Fhianuis

Forms for Strathspey Kincardine:

do mhnathan Chinnichairdin: Comhchruinneachta do dh'orain thaghta, 310
Chinne-Chàrdainn [gen.]: Poems of John Roy Stewart ed Elizabeth E. Mackechnie 1947
(Kincardine born 1700) [form here and above are the same poem]

Kincardine O'Neil
cinn-chardain: Diack Ms2276
Cinn Chairdinn (Cinn Chardainn), kˈiNə kaːrdˈjinˈ Old Braemar pronunciation, kˈi(ng)
Kardinˈ : Dieckhoff

Where location is unknown or meant to denote all forms

G. Cinn-chardain: Watson 1904 (2002) 36 – location unknown
G Cinn-chàrdain: Watson 1904 (2002) 49 – all
Cinn-chàrdain: Watson, Rosg Gàidhlig, 266
Cinn-chardainn: Am Feillire 1907
Ceann chàrdainn: Mark
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