- TARRINSAY, an island, in the parish of Harris, island of Lewis, county of Inverness; containing 88 inhabitants. This is an isle of the Hebrides, lying on the west coast of Harris, at the entrance to West Loch Tarbert. It is a high, rocky, and conspicuous island, about four miles in length and one in breadth, and having little or no soil: the inhabitants employ themselves in fishing and kelp-burning. There are remains here of two religious houses.
A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. Samuel Lewis. 1856.
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Harris — HARRIS, a parish, comprising the southern division of the island of Lewis, in the county of Inverness, 44 miles (N. W.) from Portree; and containing, with the islands designated Bernera, Ensay, Hermitray, Killigray, Pabbay, Scalpay, Scarp, and … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland
Тарансэй — или Тарринсэй (Tarransay, Tarrinsay) о в из группы Гебридских, в Шотландии, в графстве Инвернесс, гористый и бесплодный, у южного входа в оз. Лохт Вест Тарберт на полуо ве Харрис; длина 7 ½ км; ширина 4 ½ км … Энциклопедический словарь Ф.А. Брокгауза и И.А. Ефрона
Lewis — LEWIS, an island in the Atlantic Ocean, partly in the county of Inverness, but chiefly in that of Ross and Cromarty; containing 21,466 inhabitants, of whom 4429 are in the portion in the county of Inverness. This island, which forms part of… … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland
Taransay — TARANSAY, county of Inverness. See Tarrinsay … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland