(Redirected from Saint Cosmas)
|Meaning||Greek: κόσμος ‘peace, order, universe etc.’|
|Region of origin||East and South Europe|
- Saints Cosmas and Damian (fl. 3rd century AD), Christian martyrs and physicians
- Cosmas the Monk, (fl. 7th century AD), a Sicilian monk and tutor to John of Damascus and Cosmas of Maiuma
- Cosmas of Maiuma (d. 773 or 794), Syrian bishop and hymnographer, also known as Cosmas of Jerusalem, Cosmas Hagiopolites, or Cosmas the Melodist
- Cosmas of Aphrodisia (d. 1160), Sicilian Bishop and Martyr
- Cosmas of Aetolia (1714-1779), Greek orthodox priestmonk and missionary
- Patriarch Cosmas I of Constantinople (fl. 1075-1081), Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople
- Patriarch Cosmas II of Constantinople (fl. 1146-1147, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Constantinople
- Patriarch Cosmas I of Alexandria (727-768), Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria
- Patriarch Cosmas II of Alexandria (fl. 1714-1736), Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria
- Patriarch Cosmas III of Alexandria (fl. 1737-1746), Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria
- Pope Cosmas I of Alexandria (fl. 729-730), Coptic Patriarch of Alexandria
- Pope Cosmas II of Alexandria (fl. 851-858), Coptic Patriarch of Alexandria
- Pope Cosmas III of Alexandria (fl. 921-933), Coptic Patriarch of Alexandria
- Cosmas the Priest (10th century?), Bulgarian writer
- Cosmas of Prague (c. 1045 – October 21, 1125), Bohemian priest, writer and historian
- Christopher and Cosmas (fl. 1587-1592), Japanese explorers
- Cosmas Damian Asam (1686-1739), German painter and architect
- Cosmas Indicopleustes (fl. 6th century AD), Greek explorer
- Cosmas Magaya (b. 1953), Zimbabwean mbira player
- Cosmas Ndeti (b. 1971), Kenyan marathon runner
- Cosmas Zachos (b. 1951), American physicist
- George Cosmas Adyebo (1945-2000), former Prime Minister of Uganda
- Johann Nepomuk Cosmas Michael Denis (1729-1800), Austrian poet, bibliographer and lepidopterist
- Kosmas Chatzicharalabous, former president of the Greek football club AEK Athens F.C.
- Kosmas Kiriakidis, former president of the Greek football club AEK Athens F.C.
- Suzanne Kosmas (b. 1944), American politician
- Cosmas Agu (1964- date), Manager of Comag steel and construction LTD.
- Agios Kosmas Olympic Sailing Centre, a facility of the 2004 Summer Olympics at Athens, Greece
- Kosmas, Greece, a municipal unit in Arcadia, Greece
- Kosmas o Aitolos, a municipal unit in Grevena regional unit, Greece
- Basilica Santi Cosma e Damiano, a church in Rome, Italy
- Church of Cosmas and Damian, a church in medieval Novgorod the Great
- Church of Saint Cosmas and Damian, a church on Lastovo Island, Croatia
- St Cosmas and St Damian Church, Keymer, a church in West Sussex, England
- Kosmas Air, a former Serbian cargo airline
- Kosmas - Czechoslovak and Central European Journal, multidisciplinary bi-annual journal
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