Cammin, Saint, was one of the most celebrated abbots of Ireland, who in his youth retired to the island of Inish-Kealtair, on the. lake of Derg-Derch, on the confines of Thomond and Galway, where he built a monastery. The church of that place still retains the name of Tempul-Cammin. He died about 653. See Ussher, Antiq. p. 503.