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Féilim (also written Félim, Fedlim or Fedlimid, often without accent) is an Irish language name for men, which means "beauty, ever good, constant." The name is derived from the older version Feidlimid, it has been anglicised as Phelim, Feilmy or even Felix.

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It is also used for:


  • Phelim (Felix) O'Neill (died 1709), head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty, and Chief of this Catholic Lineage
  • Phelim Boyle (born 1941), professor of finance in the School of Business and Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada
  • Phelim Calleary (1895–1974), Irish Fianna Fáil politician
  • Phelim Caoch O'Neill (also Phelim Caoch Ó Neill, or Feidhlimidh Caoch Ó Néill), Prince of the Cenél nEógain from 1517 to 1542
  • Phelim Drew (born 1969), Irish actor
  • Phelim McDermott (born 1963), English actor and stage director
  • Phelim O'Neill, 2nd Baron Rathcavan (1909–1994), politician in Northern Ireland and a hereditary peer in the British House of Lords

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