This list of islands called Linga provides an index for islands in Scotland with this and similar names.
Linga (Northern Isles) (sometimes Lingay and Lingeigh in the Hebrides) is an extremely common name for Scottish islands and occurs most frequently in Shetland. It is derived from the old Norse lyngey meaning "heather island". The Scottish Gaelic equivalent is Fraoch Eilean or Eilean an Fhraoich.
Hogg of Linga
Linga, Muckle Roe
Linga, Yell (near Gutcher and Bluemull Sound)
Calf of Linga, West Linga
Little Linga, West Linga
Calf of Little Linga
Calf of Linga, East Linga
Linga Skerries in South Nesting Bay off Mainland, Shetland
Urie Lingey off Fetlar
Linga Holm (off St Catherine's Bay)
Little Linga, Stronsay (off Links Ness)
Lingay, Fiaray north of Barra and west of Eriskay
Lingay, Killegray south east of Killegray in the Sound of Harris
Lingeigh in the Bishop's Isles, south of Barra
Lingay, Wiay off Benbecula
Langay or Langaigh, an islet north of Lingay, Killegray and east of Killegray in the Sound of Harris
Lingay Fhada north of Fuiay and Barra, and south west of Hellisay
Garbh Lingay also north of Fuiay and Barra, and south west of Hellisay
Lingeam (from Norse "Lyng Holm")
Lingeigh, North Uist south east of Boreray
List of islands called Linga Wikipedia
There are also a number of Scottish islands with similar names e.g.Langa, Shetland, off Hildasay, Shetland.
Longa, near Gairloch in Wester Ross.
Longa Skerry, off West Linga, Shetland.
Longay off Skye
Luing in the Slate Islands
Luinn, (the Gaelic for Luing).
Lunga (Treshnish Isles) off Mull.
Lunga, Firth of Lorn in the Slate Islands, Argyll.
Lunna Holm off Yell, Shetland.