Caoimhghin

Irish - A saint. It was said that, when he was baptised, twelve angels hovered over his head. One angel told him to become a priest, and he lived the life of an ascetic, starving almost to death. When a cow licked his feet its milk yield increased enormously and the grateful farmer gave the saint food and helped him to build a monastery at Glendalough. Because the larks roused the workers too early, the saint ordained that they should never sing near Glendalough. Also known as Caoimhghin, Coemgen, Coemgen, Caoimhghin, Caoimhghin, Kevin, Kevin, Caoimhghin or Caoimhghin.
Irish - Husband of Mis. At times, identified as Caoimhghin, Coemgen, Coemgen, Caoimhghin, Caoimhghin, Kevin, Kevin, Caoimhghin or Caoimhghin.

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