Notes on Gaelic Titles
Beinn T…(?) Bentir SC.
Duntreòin Duntron K3; Piobaireachd / Dhuntroin K3 index. Duntrune. Duntrune Castle is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland. The connection with MacDonald may possibly be explained by a story transmitted by the MacCallums of Poltalloch, the family in residence there since 1562: ‘Our ghost is well-authenticated, handless piper, whose musical warning “Cholla mo Run, Seachain a Dun” saved his master Colkitto McDonald from a Campbell ambush’ (www.duntrunecastle.com/the-castle.html, accessed 30 April 2016). See The Piper’s Warning to His Master (PS 201).
Fàilte Mhic Dhòmhnaill MacDonald’s Salute or Duntron K3. KK Failte Mhic Dhomhnuill / MacDonald’s Salute KK. MacDonald’s Salute. Cf Fàilte Chlann Dòmhnaill (PS 111).
Lasan Phàdraig Chaogaich Lassan Phadrig Chiegch G; Lassan alias the flame of Phadrig Chiegh… G notes; Lasan Phadruig Chaoig / A Flame of wrath for squint Peter MacCrummen K1; Lasan Phadruig Chaoig / A Flame of wrath, for Squint Peter… KK. Squint-eyed Patrick’s flame. Conventionally ‘A flame of wrath for Patrick Caogach’. Gesto gives this title to PS 244; MacKay gives it to PS 46.