The name's origin is probably a mixture of Scottish Gaelic and Old Norse: Dun in the former language means "fort" and knaus-borg in the latter means "fort on the crag". Another possibility is the Norse hnaus-bog meaning "turf fort".
- RCAHMS Canmore - Site - Dun Nosebridge
- Newton (1995) p. 26
- Newton, Norman (1995) Islay, Devon: David & Charles PLC. ISBN 0-907115-90-X
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