"Preserving the history of the parish of Sleat on the Isle of Skye"
An t-Ob (the inlet) 564005 [CM] MAP.8.57
Ob a’ Ghleannain (the bay of the small glen) 677086 [CM] MAP.7.21
Ob Allt an Daraich (oak-burn bay) [F]
Ob Bharabhaig (small bay of Baravaig) 694096 [CM] MAP.7.32
Ob Chamas Chros (the small bay of Camas Cros) 704122 [CM] MAP.4.44.
Ob Eadar Taigh Lachaidh (inlet between Lachie’s house) 634031 [CM] MAP.9.1
Ob Fhìorsgaraidh (Fearskerry bay) Ob Thogabhaig (Togavaig Bay) "We never called it Gauskavaig" (Gillespic Archie) 595117 [F, CM] MAP.5.81
Ob Làthach (clay inlet) 702122 [PNP] MAP.4.47.
Ob na Dornaich, Dornaidh (the channel bay) ?706122 See Camuscross list. OS 706122[F]
Ob Sgeir an Ròin (seals’ skerry creek) 683084 Ob Sgeir Eòin (birds’ skerry inlet) 683084 [CM] MAP.7.24
Ob Snusaich. Forbes notes this together with Ard Snusaich. He is not sure of the derivation thinking it may be related to the word snaoiseach. He places it south of Camuscross so probably means Ob Snaosaig . If so it is at 699105 [F, OS]
Oitir a’ Phuill 584094 [CM] MAP.5.11
Oitir Mheadhaineach (middle sandbank) 585095 [CM] MAP.5.10
Oitir Theàrlaich (Charles’ sandbank) 583096 [CM] MAP.5.9
Ollaig, Ollag (offal, refuse; but may be ullag - meal and water; or Nollaig. Not known) [F]
Orchadail (whale dell) Tarskavaig. [F]
Ord (a point or corner, a round steep knoll or height; also hurd - Old Norse urd, a heap of boulders at the foot of a steep face; also vord, a beacon hill; originally ard - the o due to Norse element; ard - high or a height. 617135[F, OS]
An t-Ospadail (the hospital) Sheep would have their ailments attended to in this park. 662153 [CM] MAP.1.22
Ostaig (East Bay) 645060 [F, CM] MAP.7.