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Gender: M Meaning of Cormac: "charioteer" Origin of Cormac: Irish

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Both offbeat and upbeat, this evocative traditional Irish name that runs through Celtic mythology is known here via award-winning novelist Cormac McCarthy (born Charles). The author's adopted name is related to Cormac Mac Airt, one of the great legendary high kings of Ireland.

In two of the Harry Potter movies, Cormac McLaggen is a Gryffindor student.

And for all you popularity-phobes, Cormac has never yet made it onto the American Top 1000 list.

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Famous People Named Cormac

Cormac McCarthy, American novelist and screenwriter
Cormac Mac Airt, one of the most famous of the ancient kings of Ireland. Was the ruler of Tara, the seat of the high kings of Ireland, for around forty years (probably 227-266 AD)

Pop Culture References for the Name Cormac

Cormac Fitzpatrick (Veronica Mars)
Cormac Praxus (DC comic book character)
Cormac McLaggan, from "Harry Potter"

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