Isle of Harris Inverness-shire Scotland
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Story telling how while he was recording a song from Christy MacLeod, Obbe, Na Hearadh/Isle of Harris 'some peraboutes teazed this poor weak minded woman saying that I was ab[ou]t the Queen & that I would show her the song'. On finishing the song the weak-minded woman said, 'Chi sibh a nis a chagair an t oran mar a rinn mise do ghobhachan eir bealaobh na Banrigh.'
Vocabulary note for 'Cainteag', a word from Eilean Leòdhais/Isle of Lewis and Na Hearadh/Isle of Harris, the definition of which is unclear and 'Gearagaal' which is a 'good grazing/feeding place'.
Vocabulary note for 'Langadal' [seaweed] that it has 'small tem + large top Barr-brag top of staimh [tangle]'.
Vocabulary note which reads 'Brudh, Sith-Bhrudh = Tunga, undergr[oun]d house'.