Cormac m. Colmáin of Trim

Other names

Cormac of Trim

Introduction

Cormac was a bishop and abbot. According to a list of the saints of Clann Lugdach he was brother of the celebrated poet Ruman (CGSH 690.4).

Gender

Male

Associated places

Áth Truim (Trim parish, co. Meath)

Obituary

AU 746.1 Dormitatio Cormaicc Atho Truim. The falling asleep of Comac of Áth Truim

Genealogies

Among saints of Clann Lugdach, he is son of Fuinecht ingen Maíle Fithrig, and Colmán ua Suibne (CGSH 690.4).

Related Saints

Belongs to the group Cormac (ns) (certain)

Related Personal Names

Name

Cormac (certain)

Feast days

Day of Year

Feb 17

Calendar

Martyrology of Tallaght

Source code

Mart.T

Source title

Martyrology of Tallaght

Editors

Best, R. I. and Lawlor, H. J.

Year

1931

Notes

From the Book of Lesinter and MS 5100-4 in the Royal Library, Brussels.

Quote from source

Cormacci episcopi

Day of Year

Feb 17

Calendar

Martyrology of Oengus the Culdee

Source code

Mart. O

Source title

Martyrology of Oengus the Culdee

Editors

Stokes, Whitley

Year

1905

Notes

Full title is Félire Óengusso Céli Dé, The Martyrology of Oengus the Culdee, critically edited from Ten Manuscripts, with a Preface, Translation, Notes and Indices.

Quote from source

Dlomthus cách co hollmuir féil Chormaicc co nglanbail 'Everyone proclaims it as far as the great sea, the feast of Cormac the purely-good.'

Notes

notes in RB512: Cormacc epscop Atha Truim i mBregaib, nó comarba Patraic he. 'Cormac bishop of Áth Truim in Bregia, or he is a successor of Patrick.' notes in RB505: .i. epscop o At truim hi Loegaire im-Mide. ie a bishop from Áth Truim Húi Loeguiri in Meath Ó Riain notes that the speculation that this Cormac was a successor of Patrick (ie the Cormac who was abbot of Armagh, d. 497) is to be rejected.

Day of Year

Feb 17

Calendar

The Martyrology of Donegal

Source code

Mart. Do.

Source title

The Martyrology of Donegal

Editors

Todd, J. H.

Year

1864

Notes

Other author to be specified.

Quote from source

Corpmac, epscop, Atha Truim i lLaeghaire, acus comharba Patraicc. Fuineacht, inghen Maoilefithrigh mic dioma mic Colmain a mathair. A[nno] D[omini] 496. 'Bishop of Ath Truim in Laeghaire, and successor of Patrick. Fuineacht, daugher of Maelfithrigh, son of Dioma, son of Colman, was his mother. AD 496.' This Cormac is not the Bishop of Armagh who died in 496, but the one who died AU 746

Day of Year

Feb 17

Calendar

Martyrology of Gorman

Source code

Mart. G

Source title

Martyrology of Gorman

Editors

Stokes, Whitley

Year

1895

Notes

Full title is Félire Húi Gormáin, The Martyrology of Gorman edited from a manuscript in the Royal library, Brussels, with a preface, translation, notes and indices. It is published by the Henry Bradshaw Society.

Quote from source

Cormacc lán 'full Cormac' gloss: epscop At[h]a Truim ocus comurba Pátraic 'bishop of Áth Truim, and a successor of Patrick'