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1 Fiche signalétique


sz. Mona
Vie / Buhez : vierge irlandaise du 6e siècle
Genre / Reizh : Féminin
Signification / Sinifiañs : origine Irlandaise, muadh = "noble"
Variantes / Argemmoù : Mona (Grande-Bretagne) - Muadnat (Irlande) - Muadhnait (Irlande) -

2 Almanach


le 27 août 2020 ~ d'an 27 a viz Eost 2020
Saint(e) du jour ~ Sant(ez) an deiz sz. Mona (vierge irlandaise du 6e siècle)
Proverbe breton ~ Krennlavar An hini a ya gant e votoù war an ed, A ya diarc'hen da glask e voued. [Qui va avec ses chaussures sur le blé va nu-pied chercher sa nourriture.]




Almanach complet : [Calendrier:Vie des saints]

3 Sources

4 Iconographie

Martyrology of Donegal
Martyrology of Donegal

5 Monographies

Etymology Online :

Mona
fem. proper name, from Ir. Muadhnait, lit. dim. of muadh "noble."


Site Kildare.ie :

South of the castle, towards the Edenderry road, we light upon the old church and grave-yard of Temple Doath, or Caille, probably the site of the ancient church of St. Muadnat, Virgin, mentioned by Colgan, ( AA.SS., p. 339; Boyne and Blackwater ).The festival of this Saint, who lived in the 6th century, is set down in the Martyrology of Donegal, at the 6th of January. “ Muadhnat, Virgin. Caille is the name of her place, in Cairbre of Drum Cliabh.” Carbury of Drumcliff is in the county of Sligo, so, unless this entry be erroneous, Sir W.Wilde is mistaken in assigning Carbury, in county of Kildare, as the habitation of this Saint.