I know the general order for commemorating saints (in hymns like the Hiten-Ni’s, gospel responses, venerations, etc.) is male then female, martyrs then not (ie, male martyrs, female martyrs, male non-martyr saints [hereon just saints], female saints).
However, there are some saints who are martyrs, but are nonetheless not given the traditional venerations we give to the “real” martyrs. This crossed my mind while reading the Synaxarium and doxology of St. Makarious, the bishop of Tkou. In both he is explicitly called a martyr, yet he is honored alongside other saints. I’m not aware of how many other saints this applies to, but the other big example of this I know off the top of my head is St. Moses the Strong.
Why do we not honor their martyrdom alongside their bishopric?
Pray for me,