⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'Freyja' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   Freyja | -
SYNO Freya | Freyja
Freya {f} [germanische Göttin]
Freyja {f} [auch: Freia] [germanische Göttin der Liebe und der Fruchtbarkeit]
Freyja's hair [Polygala vulgaris] [archaic] [common milkwort]
Gewöhnliche Kreuzblume {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Scholar Viktor Rydberg proposed that Freyja's husband Oðr is identical with the hero Svipdag from the eddic poems Grougaldr and Fjölsvinsmál.
  • If this is correct, then the word "rýgja" most probably is referring to the goddess Freyja, since the meaning of the word "freyja" also is 'lady'.
  • In the poem "Hyndluljóð" the goddess Freyja meets the völva Hyndla and they ride together towards Valhalla.
  • Frigga (sometimes called Freyja) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
  • In the poem, Freyja is searching for the ancestry of her protégé, Óttar.
  • One day, Freyja saw that the Dwarves were making a beautiful collar and she offered them both gold and silver in exchange for it.
  • In the poem, the goddess Freyja meets the völva Hyndla and they ride together towards Valhalla.
  • " in Swedish, Norwegian, and Danish, meaning Freyja's day.
  • Þrymr commands the jötnar in his hall to spread straw on the benches, for Freyja has arrived to marry him.
  • The giant (jötunn) Þrymr has stolen Thor's hammer Mjölnir, and will only return it in exchange for marrying the goddess Freyja.
  • "Euptera freyja" is a butterfly in the family Nymphalidae. It is found in Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia and possibly Angola. The habitat consists of forests.
  • Freya, or Freyja, is a goddess in Norse mythology.
  • The epithet came to be used as the proper name of two separate deities in Norse mythology, Freyr and Freyja.
  • Regardless of her suspicion, Agga told Dísa (played by Bára Lyngdal Magnúsdóttir) about Freyja's return.
  • However, Freyja did not disappear. In Iceland, Freyja was called upon for assistance by way of Icelandic magical staves as late as the 18th century; and as late as the 19th century, Freyja is recorded as retaining elements of her role as a fertility goddess among rural Swedes.
  • In the poem "Þrymskviða" of the "Poetic Edda", Þrymr, the king of the jǫtnar, steals Thor's hammer, Mjölnir. Freyja lends Loki her falcon cloak to search for it; but upon returning, Loki tells Freyja that Þrymr has hidden the hammer and demanded to marry her in return.
  • Freyja and Freyr are both portrayed by [...].
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