) (d. 570 AD) was a Frankish hermitess
. A native of Chartres
, she married and bore her husband daughters. When her daughters died in childhood, she decided to become an anchoress
after a long depression
, and after receiving permission from her husband. She founded a hermitage, consisting of a private room, at Chartres but later moved to a site near the tomb of Saint Martin
. She acquired a reputation for holiness. There, she was joined by other women, and Monegundis devised a monastic rule
that to the founding of the convent of St. Pierre-le-Puellier
Her feast day is July 2.