Lethmacdungal * DFL S NT121849 2 70m

Ledmacduuegil 1153 x 1156 RRS i no. 112 [‘Probably 1153’ (see footnote in RRS i, p. 178); = Dunf. Reg. no. 39; sicuti Magister Ailricus cementarius illam tenuit (‘as Master Ailric the mason held it’)]
Ledmacduuegil 1163 Dunf. Reg. no. 237
Ledmacduuegil 1227 Dunf. Reg. no. 74
Lethmachduuegil 1277 Dunf. Reg. no. 81

G leth + G mac + pn Dùngal or Dùghall

‘Half(-davoch?)’ or ‘hillside of the sons of Dùngal or Dùghall.[119] The basic meaning of leth is ‘half’, but it can also mean ‘side’. It was the earlier name of Mastertown q.v., which lies on a very pronounced south-west facing slope.

This place-name appeared in printed volume 1