What is another word for freya?

Pronunciation: [fɹˈe͡ɪə] (IPA)

Freya is a Norse goddess of beauty, love, fertility, war, and death. She is revered as one of the most prominent and influential deities in Norse mythology. There are several synonyms used to refer to Freya, including Freyja, Freyia, Frøya, and Frēa. Although the spelling may vary, these terms all refer to the same goddess and have been used interchangeably over the years. Additionally, in some cultures, Freya is also known as the Lady of the Vanir, Vanadis, or the Queen of the Valkyries. Regardless of the name used, Freya remains a powerful figure in mythology and continues to inspire contemporary art, literature, and music.

Synonyms for Freya:

What are the hypernyms for Freya?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    beauty, death, war goddess, goddess of love, goddess of war, Goddess of Fertility, Goddess of the Heavens, Norse goddess, Scandinavian goddess.

Usage examples for Freya

And freya is none the less lovable to the descendants of her worshippers because she possessed the so-called "feminine weakness" of love of dress.
"A Book of Myths"
Jean Lang
But the dwarfs loved freya, and from them he got no answer.
"A Book of Myths"
Jean Lang
freya, no longer an omnipotent goddess, but a frightened wife, trembled before his wrath, and begged the dwarfs to help her.
"A Book of Myths"
Jean Lang

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