Cethuberis was a virgin whom Joceline (Life of St. Patrick, c. 79) thus calls, and afterwards (c. 188), Ethembria; and whose name assumes a great multiplicity of forms, as Ceatsamaria, Cectumbria, and perhaps Edhmair, etc. She is said to have been the first who received the veil in Ireland from St. Patrick, at her monastery of Druim Duchain, near Clogher, and is supposed by some to be the "una benedicta Scotta" alluded to in St. Patrick's confession, and by others to be St. Cinna (Feb. 1).

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