What does Cormac mean?
Cormac /cor-mac/ as a boys' name is pronounced KOR-mac. It is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Cormac is "impure son".
Historical: the third-century Irish king who founded schools of military science, law, and literature at Tara. Saint Cormac (10th century), bishop and king of Munster, Ireland, was the author of a dictionary of the Irish language. The name has been popular in Ireland since the earliest times.
(male) Colmac, Comac, ..
(female) Corma, Cormaci, ..
How popular is Cormac?
Cormac is an uncommon first name for men. Cormac is an equally unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name statistics of Cormac for boys. Cormac entered the list in 1996 and reached its top rank of #1028 in the U.S. in 2014. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Cormac▲ is pronounced similarly to Cormic. Other recommended names are Cadman, Cadmar, Carman, Carmel, Carmen▼, Carmin, Carsan, Ciriaco, Cobham, Colan, Colas, Coleman, Colla, Colm, Colman, Como, Comus, Conal, Conan, Conlan, Connal, Conrad▼, Conway, Cor, Corben, Corbet, Corbie, Corbin▲, Corbit, Corby, Corbyn, Cord, Cordale, Cordas, Corday, Coree (see Corey), Coren, Corey▼, Corie, Corin, Cork, Corley, Cornall, Cornel, Corney, Corrado, Correy, Corrick, Corrie, Corrin, Corry, Cort, Cortes, Cortez, Corty, Corvin, Corwan, Corwin, Corwyn, Cory▼, Cosme, Cosmo, Costa, Costas, Cowal, Cowan, Coyan, Cram, Curran, Cyran, Gorman and Norman▼. These names tend to be more commonly used than Cormac.