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Cadoc of Llancarvan

Cadoc of Scotland

Cadoc, Cadfael (ns)

Cainnech m. Luigthig of Aghaboe

Cainnech, Kenneth (ns)

Cainner Chráibdech

Cainner ingen Chóeláin

Cainner ingen Chruithecháin

Cainner, Kennera (ns)

Caintigern ingen Cellaig Cualann

Cairell (ns)

Cairell m. Cúrnáin of Cluain Chaín Chairill

Cairnech of Tuilén (Dulane)

Cairpre (ns)

Cairpre m. Déicill of Coleraine

Caiscíne m. Déicill, nephew of Columba

Callan

Callan (ns)

Caran

Caran (ns)

Carantoc

Carnac of Turriff

Carnac, Cairnech, Carantoc (ns)

Carthach, Mochuta (ns)

Cass of Bangor

Cass, Cassán, Caiscíne (ns)

Cassán m. Attracht

Cassán m. Móenaig

Cassán m. Nemain

Catherine (ns)

Catherine of Alexandria

Catherine of Siena

Cathub m. Fergusa

Cathub, Cathbad (ns)

Cattán (ns)

Cattán m. Matáin

Cattán of Bute

Cellach m. Áeda, archbishop of Armagh

Cellach m. Ailella, abbot of Iona, d. 865

Cellach m. Congaile, abbot of Iona, d 815

Cellach m. Eogain of Killala

Cellach, Cellán, Mo Chellóc (ns)

Cellán ua Fiachrach

Cenannán (ns)

Cenannán m. Áil of the Airgialla

Christ

Christ (ns)

Christopher (ns)

Christopher, martyr

Cianán (ns)

Cianán m. Sétnae of Duleek

Ciarán (ns)

Ciarán m. Beodáin of Clonmacnoise

Ciarán m. Luaigne of Saigir

Ciric the child martyr

Ciric, Giric, Ciricus, Cyriacus (ns)

Clann Sencháin

Clare (ns)

Clare of Assisi

Clement , pope and martyr

Clement (ns)

Cóelán m. Luachain of Nendrum

Cóelán, Mo Chóe (ns)

Cóemán ailithir m. Brachain of Cell Chóemáin

Cóemán Brecc m. Nise

Cóemán of Enach Truim

Cóemgen m. Cóemloga of Glendalough

Cóemgen, Cóemán, Mo Chóemóc, Coemi (ns)

Cóemi the Scot of Cell Chóemi

Cóeti of Donaghedy

Cóeti of Iona

Cóeti, Mo Ched (ns)

Coibdenach (ns)

Coibdenach of Ard Stratha

Colmán Ela m. Beogna

Colmán m. Áeda

Colmán moccu Beognae

Colmán of Cell Ruad

Colmán of Dubchuilenn

Colmán of Inis Bó Finne

Colmán of Moray

Colum of Badenoch

Colum of Dingwall

Columb Cille m. Feidlimid

Columb, Colmán, Commán, Mo Cholmóc, Mo Chommóc, Mo Chumma, Columba, Columbanus etc (ns)

Columba of Kingarth

Comgall (ns)

Comgall m. Sétna of Bangor

Comgan (ns)

Comgán m. Diarmata

Comgán of Cluain Connaidh

Comgan, uncle of Fillan

Commán (ns)

Commán m. Fáelchon of Roscommon

Commán nephew of Fergnae of Iona

Conall bishop of Coleraine

Conall m. Áeda of Cluain Dalláin

Conall m. Maine Choíl of Inis Caol

Conall, Conual, Conval, Cynfal (ns)

Conan of Dalmally

Conán of Eigg

Conán of Ess Ruaid

Conat of Lismore

Conat, Conet (ns)

Conchobar

Conchobar (ns)

Conn, Connán (ns)

Conna, Conóc, Mo Chonóc, Conán, Cynan (ns)

Constantine (ns)

Constantine of Rahan

Constantine of the Britons

Constantine son of Áed, king, d. 952

Constantine son of Cináed, king, d. 876

Constantine son of Fergus, king, d. 820

Constantine son of Paternus of the Aberdeen Breviary

Constantine son of Rydderch Hael

Constantine the emperor

Conval of Eastwood

Conval of Inchinnan

Cormac (ns)

Cormac m. Colmáin of Trim

Cormac m. Cuilennáin of Cashel

Cormac m. Dimma, the voyager

Crítán Certrannach of Comgall's community

Crítán m. Ilainn

Crítán of Kilcredaun, County Clare

Crítán, Mo Chrítóc, Mac Reith, Mac Rithe (ns)

Cróine ingen Diarmata of Templecrone

Cróine of Gallow

Crón ingen Áeda of Cell Ingen nÁeda

Crón ingen Ernáin

Crón, Cróine, Crónán, Mo Chronóc (ns)

Crónán m. Lugada

Crónán m. Odráin

Crónán m. Óengusa

Cross (ns)

Cross, Crux

Cuach ingen Chóelbad

Cuach of Cell Chuaca

Cuach of Cell Finnmaige

Cuach of Ros Bennchair

Cuach, Coch (ns)

Cuán, Mochua (ns)

Cuimmíne (ns)

Cuimmíne Fota m. Fiachna

Cuimmíne m. Arnáine, abbot of Iona

Cummine of Eigg

Curetan (ns)

Curetan of Rosemarkie

Cuthbert (ns)

Cuthbert of Melrose

Cynan

Cynddelw

Cynddelw (ns)

Cyril (ns)

Cyril of Alexandria