Cronbeg an Irish saint, abbot of Cluain-mic-nois: (Clonmacnoise), is commemorated April 6. According to Tighernach, he succeeded Forcren in 686, and died A.D. 694, but the other Annals place the dates rather earlier. He is also designated by the double diminutiveCron-an-beg (Cronan-beg). See Toddand Reeves, Mart.. Doneg. page 97; O'Conor, Rer. Hib. Script. 2:214, 217; 4:65; O'Donovan, Four Masters, 1:291, 297. Smith, Dict. of Christ. Biog. s.v.