> I think David mentioned "Cáem" somewhere along the line which would
> have been my first thought also. I wouldn't be surprised if most
> mentions of Suí in the text relate to bishoprics. Suí Chaim could
> then imply Gleann Dá Loch as "the See of Kevin".
Is/Was Glenn dá Locha a bishopric? I would find it rather
extraordinary if the name "Cáemgen" were abbreviated as "Cáem".
> Beyond that, I wonder hypothetically if the use of the form from
> esséirge could be referring to the missing part of Caoimhghin's name,
> playing on the word "gein" in the context of resurrection(/rebirth?)
> to imply his comharba.
Well, resurrection is not rebirth...