lie Laverokis-landis 1592 RMS v no. 2144
Sc laverock + Sc land
‘Lark’s or larks’ lands’, presumably referring to an abundance of larks there. Two acres in the *Laverock Lands form part of the lands feued to Thomas Dishington (Dischingtoun) son and heir of Martin Dishington, burgess of Pittenweem.
This place-name appeared in printed volume 3