Freyja


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Frey·a

also Frey·ja  (frā′ə)
n. Norse Mythology
The goddess of love and beauty; the sister of Frey.

[Old Norse Freyja, from freyja, lady; see per in Indo-European roots.]
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Noun1.Freyja - (Norse mythology) goddess of love and fecundityFreyja - (Norse mythology) goddess of love and fecundity; daughter of Njorth and sister of Frey
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