- Dermot mIrish: Anglicized form of the Gaelic name Diarmaid. An earlier Gaelic form is Diarm(u)it. It occurs in the 7th-century Latin Life of St Columba as Diormitius. The derivation is uncertain, but it has been suggested that it is composed of the elements dí without + airmit injunction or airmait envy.Cognates: Scottish: Diarmad (Gaelic); Diarmid, Dermid (Anglicized forms).
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