Lochornie BEA DFL S NT104944 1 384 235m

The Lochornyes 1759 RHP14330 [land on Hilton farm, presumably so called because marching with lands of Lochornie]
Lochornie 1820 x 1825 RHP1318 [on Blairadam Estate]
Lochornie 1856 OS 6 inch 1st edn.

G loch + ?

The Lochornie Burn is the uppermost reach of the River Ore, from its source in the Cleish Hills roughly to the junction with the Pieries Burn, after which it becomes the Kelty Burn as far as Loch Ore. It may be that this name contains the name Loch Ore with some kind of suffix, applied first to the burn, then secondarily to the settlement.

/lɔxˈornɪ/ or /ləxˈornɪ/, locally /ləˈhornɪ/

This place-name appeared in printed volume 1