Infobox Scottish island
celtic name= Sanndraigh
meaning of name= Sand island (Norse)
area=385 ha (1.5 sq. miles)
highest elevation= 207 m
Population=uninhabited since 1934
Na h-Eileanan Siar
references= [2001 UK Census per
List of islands of Scotland.] [ [http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/ Ordnance Survey] ] [cite web| url=http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/vli/language/gaelic/pdfs/placenamesP-Z.pdf| title=Placenames| author=Iain Mac an Tailleir| publisher=Pàrlamaid na h-Alba| accessdate=2007-07-23]
Scottish Gaelic: "Sanndraigh") is one of the Barra Islesin the Outer Hebridesof Scotland. It never had a large population, and has been uninhabited since 1934. It is now known for its large seabirdcolony.
Sandray is due south of
Vatersay, and east of Flodaigh, north east of Lingeigh and Pabaigh. Maol Domhnaigh/ Muldoanichis to the north east of it.
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