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Sròn a' Chorra Bhuilg, a typical "Nose", above Creag-bheiteachain in Glen Scaddle
Sròn na Ban-righ, the Queen's Nose
, in Glen Feshie
Sròn is the Scottish Gaelic word for nose and is the name of some hills in the Scottish Highlands. Before the abolition of the acute accent in Scottish Gaelic, it was sometimes spelt as srón
The name Sròn is often applied to the pointy hill or promontory that forms the edge of a mountain massive and that is indeed a bit "nose"-shaped.
As such, the Sròns are often not the highest hilltops; in fact only one of the 284 Munros is called Sròn: Sròn a' Choire Ghairbh ("the nose of the rough corrie"), located west of Loch Lochy.
Sròn also appears in names of towns (often anglicized as Stron), such as Strontian (Sròn an t-Sìtheinn), the nose of the fairies (Sìth), and Stranraer, (An t-Sròn Reamhar) the fat nose.