"Preserving the history of the parish of Sleat on the Isle of Skye"
Mansa a’ Chnuic (Knock manse) 667089 [CM] MAP.7.11
A’ Mhaoile (the bare one, from maol - bald) 696146 [F, CM, OS] MAP.4.14.
Maol Bhuidhe na Teanga (the yellowish hill/moor of Teangue) 653095 [F, CM] MAP.7.48
Maol Bhuidhe Shàsaig (the yellow bank of Sasaig) 654086 [F, CM] MAP.7.69
Maol, Meall Buidhe (the yellow round hill) There are several hills of this name. One is above Kilmore and Ostaig (503 ft) 641079; another above Duisdale Mor. 678138, and one above Aird and Capisdale, 596018 .[F, OS]
Meall a Stùc (round hill peak or stack) Above Sasaig Glen. [F]
Meall an Fhuarain (round hill of the spring well) Meall Fuarman. Near Ord. [F]
Meall an Rogach, Beul an Rogach, A’ Bheul an Rògach a river crossing 662088 [CM] MAP.7.49
Meall na h-Innse Fearna (alder-isle or low meadow hillock) Tongue. [F]
Meall Port Mealary (the heap, hill, or mound of Port Melary) OS 747163[F]
Meall Tobar a’ Bhiorain (the hillock of the well of the staff) [F]
Na Mìle (the miles) The hills above the old school house. 691155 [CM] MAP.1.17
’ Mhointich Bhuidhe (the yellow moor) [F]
Misgan, Miosgan (the kit or cheese vat) The rock has a split attributed to a stroke from a giant’s sword. See also Sgeir na Cioraig [F]
Monadh Ach’ an Allt, Monadh Achadh an Uillt Dhearg (the mountains of the river field, or the red river) [F]
Monadh Meadhonach (the mid mount or mountains)[F]
Monadh Mhorsaig (Morsaig mountains) Mounts Bhocaidh, Sgòrach Breac, Sgiath Bheinn an Uird, Bràdh, etc. NE of Loch Eiseort, between Camuscross and Ord. OS.Morsaig (the bay of the ants - maurs-vik) 657151 [F]
Monaideach Mhòr (the big moor) 582023 [CM] MAP.8.72
Am Muc (the pig) part of the moor in the Kinloch area. [CM] MAP.2.
Muilinn Thuirn, Muileann Tuireinn, Thuireinn (wheat mill) South of Ostaig. See Drochaid a’ Mhuilinn – a mile south from Ostaig house. 635064 [F]
Na Mullaichean Beaga (the small peaks) 613043 [CM] MAP.9.42