'Dermot' can also refer to...

Anthony Dermot (c. 1708—1784) merchant and Roman Catholic activist

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Dermot Healy (b. 1947)

Dermot MacMurrough (c. 1110—1171)

Dermot Michael Macgregor Morrah (1896—1974) journalist and herald

Dermot O'Byrne (1883—1953)

Dermot O'Hurley (c. 1530—1584) Roman Catholic archbishop of Cashel and martyr

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Galt MacDermot (b. 1928)

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Sir Dermot Alexander Boyle (1904—1993) air force officer

Sir Henry Dermot Daly (1821—1895) army officer in the East India Company

Sir Myles Dermot Norris Wyatt (1903—1968) air transport entrepreneur

Song of Dermot and the Earl

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(6th century),

Irish abbot. Said to have been of royal blood and a native of Connacht, Dermot was the founder of the monastery on the island of Inchcleraun (Innis Clothran) in Lough Ree, and was associated with Senan. Ruins of six churches survive on his island, which was both his burial place and a centre of pilgrimage. Feast: 10 January.

The Irish Saints, pp. 142–3.

Subjects: Christianity.

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