A rčir Iain Mac an Tāilleir:
Cill Rėmhinn. This is the place to which St Andrew's relics were said to have been brought. The Gaelic name was originally Cinn Rėmhinn, "end of the royal moor" and the present form gave rise to the name Kilrymonth. The latter part of the name is a contraction of rėghmhonadh "king's moor"  referring to a moor said to have been given by King Aonghas to Saint Andrew. The name Kingsmuir is still found in the area but further south.
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Am Mėcheal Eile