Creach Dubh Fir Chreignis - (The) fearful dark precipice or (the) black ruin (by the place of the) fearful cliff. MacLeod translates as “the black pillage of the man of Craignish”. 6910 9480
Creach Dubh Fir Chreignis seascape No. 1 – A portion of the area assigned to this place name, though no exact topographic feature matches the description between Boga’ a’ Chuirn to the south, left, and Port an Tighe-shalainn, which is to the north, or right of this image. This place name corresponds to the name attributed to a Kintyre warrior who features largely in several Jura oral legends dating to at least the 15th century, if not earlier.