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Diarmaid
PronunciationIrish: [dʲiəɾˠ.mˠədʲ]
GenderMale
Language(s)Irish
Origin
MeaningWithout injuction
Other names
Alternative spellingDiarmit
Variant form(s)Diarmuit
Anglicisation(s)Jeremiah
Related namesDiarmait

Diarmaid (Irish: [dʲiəɾˠ.mˠədʲ]) is a masculine given name in the Irish language, which has historically been anglicized as Jeremiah or Jeremy, names with which it is etymologically unrelated.[1][2] Earlier forms of the name include Diarmit and Diarmuit. Variations of the name include Diarmait and Diarmuid. Anglicised forms of the name include Dermody, Dermot (/ˈdɜːrmət/, Hiberno-English: /ˈdɛərmət/) and Dermod. Mac Diarmata, anglicised McDermott and similar, is the patronymic and surname derived from the personal name. The exact etymology of the name is debated. There is a possibility that the name is derived in part from , which means "without"; and either from airmit, which means "injunction", or airmait, which means "envy".[2] The Irish name later spread to Scotland where in Scottish Gaelic the form of the name is Diarmad; Anglicised forms of this name include Diarmid and Dermid.[3]

Diarmaid

Diarmait

Diarmuid

Mythological

Dermot

Dermod

Diarmid

Surname

See also

References

  1. ^ Macleod, I; Freedman, T (1995). The Wordsworth Dictionary of First Names. Wordsworth Reference. Ware, HD: Wordsworth Editions. p. 113. ISBN 1-85326-366-4 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ a b Hanks, Patrick; Hardcastle, Kate; Hodges, Flavia (2006), A Dictionary of First Names, Oxford Paperback Reference (2nd ed.), Oxford University Press, pp. 74, 345, ISBN 978-0-19-861060-1 CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link).
  3. ^ Hanks, Patrick; Hardcastle, Kate; Hodges, Flavia (2006), A Dictionary of First Names, Oxford Paperback Reference (2nd ed.), Oxford University Press, p. 401, ISBN 978-0-19-861060-1 CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link).
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