Rickle Knowe AMY R NO236127 1 362
? Rithel Bank 1817 Sasines no. 11,340 [part of the Bondhalf # AMY, q.v.]
Rickle Knowe 1856 OS 6 inch 1st edn
Sc rickle + Sc knowe
‘Small hill (made up of) a heap or pile’ or ‘ramshackle hill’. See DOST under rickle or ruckle, whose meanings cover those of ‘heap, pile, collection (of objects) esp. one loosely or carelessly thrown together’; also refers to dry-stone walls, heaps of peats stacked loosely for drying, and such like forms.
This place-name appeared in printed volume 4