Darbile (or Derbhiledh), an Irish saint, was daughter of Cormac, son of Brecchius. She was accepted as patron saint of the descendants of Amhalghaidh, son of Fiachra, in the place of St. Corbmac. She flourished about the middle of the 6th century, and is also known as Darbile and Derivla of Irras. The church in which she lived, died, and was buried is in Mulllet, barony of Erris, County Mayo. She is commemorated August 3 and October 26.