"Preserving the history of the parish of Sleat on the Isle of Skye"
Fang an Dalan - down Camas an t-Abhainn [CM] MAP.2.
Faoidh na Fala (the bog-meadow of blood) Tradition says an each-uisge or another monster was slain here. [F]
Am Fhaoilinn, Fadhlainn (the beach, the gravely ground) A pebble strewn field which may have been reclaimed from the sea. According to Forbes this is below the public road at Armadale, but there is also a place of this name at Tokavaig. 596115 [F, CM] MAP.5.83
Am Feadan (the whistler, the water-pipe, spout or chanter) 595099 [F, CM, OS] MAP.5.66
Fearann Dhòmhnaill, Fearainn Dhòmhnaill, Ferrindonald, (Donald’s land or portion), 659075 [F, CM, OS] MAP.7.
Am Fhèithe Sheileach (the willow marsh) 672109 [CM, OS] MAP.4.121
Am Feolachan track out to the hill, in front of the Feadan 594099 [CM] MAP.5.63
Fhaireasg, Araisg (place of cow grazing) [F]
Fionn Achadh (fair field) Said to be another name for An Fhaoilinn
Fiosgarie See Ob Fiosgarie. [F]
Fliuch Airidh (wet sheiling) See Tarskavaig. [F]
Forsaidh 608042 [CM] MAP.9.43
Fuaraman, Fuar Abhainn (the cold river) River has to be crossed to private burying ground. Aman or amun said to be Pictish.627128 [F, CM], MAP.3.16. See also Meall Fuarman.