Munros with the Gaelic "BINNEIN"

There are Two (2) munros linked with the gaelic word (binnein)

small peaked top. The suffix -an is normally the Gaelic diminutive, in the way lochan is a small loch: and binnein is the diminutive bin / binn. However the best known binnein / binnein hills aren't small hills Binnein Mòr & Binnein Beag dominate the eastern end of The Mamores.

Binnein Mor

HeightGrid Ref.PronunciationMeaning
1130 metres / 3707 feetNN212663Beenyan MoreLarge Peak

Binnein Beag

HeightGrid Ref.PronunciationMeaning
943 metres / 3094 feetNN221677Beenyan BakeSmall hill

small peaked top. The suffix -an is normally the Gaelic diminutive, in the way lochan is a small loch: and binnein is the diminutive bin / binn. However the best known binnein / binnein hills aren't small hills Binnein Mòr & Binnein Beag dominate the eastern end of The Mamores.