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Mo Chóe mac Luacháin See: Mo Chóe of Nendrum

  • supp. d. 497
also Caelan/Coelan, patron saint of Noendruimm (modern Nendrum, Co. Down), on Mahee island in Strangford Lough.
Mo Chóemóc (modern form: Mochaomhóg), pet form of Cóemán, is patron saint of Liath Mo Chóemóc (Leamakevoge, Leighmore, Co. Tipperary).

Mo Chutu mac Fínaill See: Mo Chutu of Rahan and Lismore

Mo Chutu of Lismore See: Mo Chutu of Rahan and Lismore

Mo Chutu of Rahan See: Mo Chutu of Rahan and Lismore

  • d. 637
  • Lis Mór, Rathan ... (Co. Offaly)
Mo Chutu mac Fínaill (Carthach the younger), patron saint of Rathan (Rahan, Co. Offaly) and Les Mór (Lismore, Co. Wexford)

Mo Écca of Fore See: Féchín of Fore

Mo Fhéccu of Fore See: Féchín of Fore

Irish saint, patron saint of Cell Dumai Glinn (Kilglinn, Co. Meath)
  • Tulach Mín Mo Laga
Patron saint of Tulach Mín Mo Laga (Labbamolaga, Templemolaga, Co. Cork).

Mo Laga of Tulach Mín Mo Laga See: Mo Laga of Templemolaga

  • Cell Mo Laise
patron saint of Cell Mo Laise (Kilmolash, par. Inishlounaght, bar. Iffa and Offa East, Co. Tipperary)
Mo Laisse mac Nad Froích
  • d. 697
  • Ferna, Tech Mo Ling
Irish saint, abbot and patron saint of Tech Mo Ling (St Mullins, Co. Carlow) and reputed ‘bishop’ of Ferna (Ferns).

Mo Ling of Ferns See: Mo Ling

  • Clúain Fertae Mo Lua, Druim Snechta
Patron saint of Clúain Fertae Mo Lua (Clonfertmulloe) and Druim Snechta (Drumsnat, Co. Monaghan).
  • first half of the sixth century (d. 517, s.a. AU)
  • Cell Shléibe ... Killevy, Co. Armagh
founder and patron saint of Cell Shléibe (Killevy, Co. Armagh); daughter of Mochta, a nobleman of the Conailli Muirthemne.
patron of Inishloe (Inis Luaidhe, Co. Clare), mentioned in the Life of St Senán of Inis Cathaig