Easter Ross

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Coordinates: 57°40′05″N 4°23′42″W / 57.668°N 4.395°W / 57.668; -4.395

Easter Ross (Ros an Ear in Scots Gaelic) is a loosely defined area in the east of Ross, Highland, Scotland.

The name is used in the constituency name Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross, which is the name of both a British House of Commons constituency and a Scottish Parliament constituency. The two constituencies have however different boundaries.

Places in Easter Ross include:

The area has quite a distinctive accent, and is well known for its heavy use of the word "bey" (boy) and "Here" before continuing with the following sentence.

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