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Random information on the term “RONA”:

Rona (Scottish Gaelic: Rònaigh) is a remote, uninhabited Scottish island in the North Atlantic. Rona is often referred to as North Rona in order to distinguish it from South Rona (another small island, in the Inner Hebrides). It has an area of 109 hectares (270 acres) and a maximum elevation of 108 metres (354 ft).[a] It was included within the county of Ross-shire (Ross and Cromarty).

The island lies 71 kilometres (44 miles) north-west of Cape Wrath, the same distance north north-east of the Butt of Lewis and 18 km (11 mi) east of Sula Sgeir. More isolated than St Kilda, it is the most remote island in the British Isles ever to have been inhabited on a long-term basis. It is also the closest neighbour to the Faroe Islands. Because of the island’s remote location and small area, it is omitted from many maps of the United Kingdom.

The name “Rona” may come from hraun-øy, Old Norse for ‘rough island’, a combination of ròn and øy, Gaelic and Old Norse for ‘seal’ and ‘island’ respectively, or it may have been named after Saint Ronan. The English language qualifier North is sometimes used to distinguish the island from Rona off Skye. In Gaelic it is also known as Rònaigh an Daimh which is literally ‘Rona of the stag’ but may be derived from Rònaigh an Taibh, containing the Norse word tabh, meaning ‘ocean’ and convey the meaning ‘Rona of the Atlantic’.

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