The feast-day of Saint Eimhin is observed in the Irish calendars on 22 December. References This article about an Irish saint is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by ...
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After St. Eimhin's death, it is said, his consecrated bell was held in great veneration, and was used as a swearing relic down to the fourteenth century, oaths ...
The closest English translation to the name is Evan. However I do not believe that there is an English translation of the name Éimhín because it is an Irish name, ...
Eimhin / ˈ ɛ f ɨ n / was the abbot and bishop of Ros-mic-Truin , probably in the sixth century. Eimhin came from Munster, and was brother of two other saints ...
Ailbe, Saint. Bishop of Emly in Munster (Ireland); d. about 527, or 541. view scan. ... Clement of Ireland, Saint; Eimhin, Saint; Advertise with us
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Look at other dictionaries: Eimhin — was Abbot and Bishop of Ros mic Truin (Ireland), probably in the sixth century. Eimhin came from Munster, and was brother of ...
Ibar, Saint, a pre-Patrician Irish saint, who labored in the present County Wexford from 425 to 450, recognized the jurisdiction of St. Patrick, and was confirmed in ...
Effin (Irish: Eifinn) is a townland  and civil parish  in County Limerick, Ireland. ... The town is named after Saint Eimhin, pronounced / ...