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Freya is also the genus of a Salticidae or jumping spiders. These spiders' genus were named after fertility goddess Freya of Norse mythology.
TanorFaux  3/6/2018
Freya the Ice Queen from the film "The Huntsman: Winter's War".
― Anonymous User  4/18/2016
Freya von Moltke (her husband was executed for preparing a coup d'etat against Hitler on 20 July 1944) is a famous name bearer.
elbowin  10/30/2012
Freya Mavor (born 1993) is a Scottish actress.
batbright  7/29/2011
Famous British writer Dame Freya Stark, who lived a long life (1893-1993).
Jonquil  6/6/2009
In the video game, Final Fantasy IX, one of the playable characters is a rat-like humanoid named Freya. She fights with a spear/lance and maintains a tough warrior attitude despite the destruction and tragedy that comes to her race.
gorgen_kally  5/26/2009
In Gail Carson Levine's amazing novel The Two Princesses of Bamarre, the great Drualt's dead lover's name is Freya.
― Anonymous User  1/15/2009
There's a song by The Sword called "Freya." It's used on the video game "Guitar Hero II."
lucky3teen  5/21/2008
The name was in the Icelandic movie, Seagulls Laughter. The character was a sophisticated murderer named Freya.
carenmuffin  8/14/2007
The previous name of the Chobit Dark Chi in the manga & anime series Chobits.
gorgen_kally  2/18/2006
Along with a girl named Evangeline, who was actually her other half, Freya was attached to death in a short story. Sadly though I am temporarily braindead and cannot think of its name, good story though if I do say so myself.
Esophtia  1/5/2006

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