A' sealltainn naidheachd a-mhàin

Tha Stòr-dàta aig Ainmean Áite na h-Alba beò

Tùs: Hebrides News Today.
Air a lorg le: faoileag
Ged a tha rannsachadh a dhìth fhathast, tha Ainmean-Àite na h-Alba air an stòr-dàta aca air a chur air loidhne. Gheibhear e an-seo. Tha e glè fheumail mar-thà ma bhios tu a' sireadh cruth ainm.

Although there is still more research to be done, Ainmean-Àite na h-Alba have published their database on the web. You can find it here. It is already a valuable resource for place names.
A new online gazetteer providing a single authoritative source of information on Gaelic place-names was launched today (19 August 2010) at The Highland Council's Gaelic Committee.

The National Gazetteer of Gaelic Place-names is the culmination of 10 years of research by Ainmean-Àite na h-Alba (AÀA), the national advisory partnership to research and establish Gaelic place-names.

In the form of an online database the gazetteer offers definitive forms which can be used by local authorities, the media, researchers, local communities, walkers and climbers or anyone with an interest in place-names. The gazetteer includes historical information, local sources and sound files to help with pronunciation.