Strathyre

   STRATHYRE, a village, in the parish of Balquhidder, county of Perth; containing 135 inhabitants. This is a small place, lying in Strathyre, the name of which, in the Gaelic language, signifies the "Warm Strath." It is on the turnpike-road leading from Stirling to Fort-William, and is one of two villages in the parish, the other being Lochearnhead, on the same line of road, and near the western entrance of Loch Earn.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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