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English nameTay River
Gaelic nameUisge Tatha
Meaning

Location and type of place name

Location
Local authorityPerth and Kinross ~ Peairt is Ceann Rois
Parish post 1891
County post 1891Perthshire ~ Siorrachd Pheairt
Topographical feature type
Post townCUPAR
Postcode areaKY14
OS sheet number
OS grid referenceNO197189
Type of nameOther ~ Eile

Elements

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Further Information

Language notes 
SourcesSee Loch Tay for the form of the specific element.

Perhaps the most singular thing to be remarked in this connection is that in the east of Perthshire
if any term for river or water is used along with the proper name it is always Uisge and never Abhainn; at
all events we have never heard abhainn used in such cases in that district. The River Tay is spoken of either as Tatha simply or as Uisge Thatha: Robertson

Amhuinn Tatha: Dieckhoff [Glengarry dialect]
Uisge Tatha: MacFarlane, Gaelic School Dictionary
uisge tatha, ta'a, ushk ta: Diack, Inscriptions, 187
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