Category:Kintore, Aberdeenshire

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Kintore 
town and former royal burgh near Inverurie in Aberdeenshire, Scotland
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small burgh (1930–1975)
Location Aberdeenshire, Kintore, Aberdeenshire, Gordon, United Kingdom
Population
  • 4,790 (2016)
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57° 14′ 09.6″ N, 2° 20′ 45.6″ W
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English: Kintore ( Gaelic: Ceann Tòrr) is a town and former royal burgh near Inverurie in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, now bypassed by the A96 road between Aberdeen and Inverness. The name Kintore comes from the Gaelic, Ceann-an-torr. Ceann means the head, or the end, and Torr means a round hill. So the name signifies that the town was at the head or end of a round hill. This probably refers to Tuach Hill to the south of the town.
Gàidhlig: Tha Ceann Tòrr na bhaile ann an Siorrachd Obar Dheathain. Bidh mòran daoine ann ag obair ann an Obar Dheathain. Tha e na laighe air an A96.
Scots: Kintore is a smaa ryal burgh naur Inverurie in Aiberdeenshire, Scotland, round about the A96 aqueesh Aberdeen an Inverness. Nar is the junrells o Hallforest Castle.
Simple English: Kintore ( Gaelic: Ceann Tòrr) is a town and former royal burgh near Inverurie in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, now bypassed by the A96 road between Aberdeen and Inverness. The name Kintore comes from the Gaelic, Ceann-an-torr. Ceann means the head, or the end, and Torr means a round hill. So the name signifies that the town was at the head or end of a round hill. This probably refers to Tuach Hill to the south of the town.

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