In the account, Freyja is described as having been a concubine of Odin, who bartered sex to four dwarfs for a golden necklace. Freyja (27.10.2017 um 14:18 Uhr): Mein Name ist Freyja. Was die Namen der Kinder über Ihre Eltern aussagen, Gesundheit andere Anmerkungen?Wir freuen uns auf Deine Nachricht! And that this must go on eternally, unless a Christian man of a particular stature goes into the battle and smites them, only then will they stay dead. The Old English forms were gealdor, galdor, ȝaldre "spell, enchantment, witchcraft", and the verb galan meant "sing, chant". The other half go to the god Odin's hall, Valhalla. [17] In the poem Grímnismál, Odin (disguised as Grímnir) tells the young Agnar that every day Freyja allots seats to half of those that are slain in her hall Fólkvangr, while Odin owns the other half. The stanza recounts that Freyja was once promised to an unnamed builder, later revealed to be a jötunn and subsequently killed by Thor (recounted in detail in Gylfaginning chapter 42; see Prose Edda section below). [65], Outside of theories connecting Freyja with the goddess Frigg, some scholars, such as Hilda Ellis Davidson and Britt-Mari Näsström [sv], have theorized that other goddesses in Norse mythology, such as Gefjon, Gerðr, and Skaði, may be forms of Freyja in different roles or ages. In thanks, Borgny invokes vættir, Frigg, Freyja, and other unspecified deities.[27]. Within Fólkvangr lies her hall, Sessrúmnir. Und wenn man sich auch mal genau informiert weiß man auch dass das die richtigste und originale Schreibweise ist. [73], In late 19th century and early 20th century Northern Europe, Freyja was the subject of numerous works of art, including Freyja by H. E. Freund (statue, 1821–1822), Freja sökande sin make (painting, 1852) by Nils Blommér, Freyjas Aufnahme uner den Göttern (charcoal drawing, 1881), and Frigg; Freyja (drawing, 1883) by Carl Ehrenberg (illustrator) [de], Freyja (1901) by Carl Emil Doepler d. J., and Freyja and the Brisingamen by J. Doyle Penrose (painting, 1862–1932). Freyja agreed.[51]. Icelandic magical staves, or 'Galdrastafir' are runic symbols shamanically designed to control the elements, increase energy, or influence developments. Freyja ist auch übrigens die alte ursprüngliche Schreibweise. Zumindest in Deutschland wird der Name Fjara nur sehr selten vergeben. According to Neckel, both goddesses can be interpreted as "fertility goddesses" and other potential resemblances have been noted. [4] As a result, either the original name became entirely taboo or another process occurred in which the goddess is a duplicate or hypostasis of another known goddess. Freyja had a beautiful bower, and when the door was shut no one could enter without Freyja's permission. Linden (Tilia) was a sacred tree to the ancient Norse and Germanic people, who associated it with Freyja, goddess of love and beauty. [62], Due to numerous similarities, scholars have frequently connected Freyja with the goddess Frigg. Näsström notes that, just like Odin, Freyja receives slain heroes who have died on the battlefield, and that her house is Sessrumnir (which she translates as "filled with many seats"), a dwelling that Näsström posits likely fills the same function as Valhalla. In chapter 8, ways of referring to the god Heimdallr are provided, including "Loki's enemy, recoverer of Freyja's necklace", inferring a myth involving Heimdallr recovering Freyja's necklace from Loki. Die beliebtesten Mädchennamen in Österreich … "[69], Into the modern period, Freyja was treated as a Scandinavian counterpart to the Roman Venus in, for example, Swedish literature, where the goddess may be associated with romantic love or, conversely, simply as a synonym for "lust and potency". © 2020 Eltern - Eltern haftet nicht für die Inhalte externer Websites, Eltern - Deutschlands grösstes Familien-Netzwerk. Indignant, Freyja responds: The gods and goddesses assemble at a thing and debate how to solve the problem. Thor is furious and demands to know who is responsible for letting a jötunn in to Asgard, who guaranteed Hrungnir safety, and why Freyja "should be serving him drink as if at the Æsir's banquet". In support, works by the skalds Skúli Þórsteinsson and Einarr Skúlason are cited that use "Freyja's tears" or "Freyja's weepings" to represent "gold". Freya was the goddess of love, sex, and romantic desire – but she was not just some northern version of Venus. Freyja stirred, turning about, and then fell asleep again. The dwarfs said that they had no lack of money, and that for the necklace the only thing she could offer them would be a night with each of them. [37], In chapter 18, verses from the 10th century skald's composition Þórsdrápa are quoted. Freyja keeps up the sacrifices and becomes famous. In the meantime, Loki, in the form of a mare, has been impregnated by the jötunn's horse, Svaðilfari, and so gives birth to Sleipnir. Freyja is married to Óðr, who goes on long travels, and the two have a very fair daughter by the name of Hnoss. Mehr zur Namensbedeutung Jetzt einen Eintrag hinzufügen. Freyja was the daughter of Njörðr, and was Odin's concubine. She told Odin of the malice he had allowed against her and of the theft of her necklace, and that he should give her back her jewelry. [31], Freyja plays a part in the events leading to the birth of Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse. In chapter 24 of Gylfaginning, the enthroned figure of High says that after the god Njörðr split with the goddess Skaði, he had two beautiful and mighty children (no partner is mentioned); a son, Freyr, and a daughter, Freyja. These names include Gefn, Hörn, Mardöll, Sýr, and Vanadís. That is, with one exception: she could have it back if she could make two kings, themselves ruling twenty kings each, battle one another, and cast a spell so that each time one of their numbers falls in battle, they will again spring up and fight again. Writer Johan Alfred Göth recalled a Sunday in 1880 where men were walking in fields and looking at nearly ripened rye, where Måns in Karryd said: "Now Freyja is out watching if the rye is ripe". "[67], Siegfried Andres Dobat comments that "in her mythological role as the chooser of half the fallen warriors for her death realm Fólkvangr, the goddess Freyja, however, emerges as the mythological role model for the Valkyrjar [sic] and the dísir. In verse, after Loki has flyted with the goddess Frigg, Freyja interjects, telling Loki that he is insane for dredging up his terrible deeds, and that Frigg knows the fate of everyone, though she does not tell it. Freyja had an idea of who was responsible. Scholars have debated whether Freyja and the goddess Frigg ultimately stem from a single goddess common among the Germanic peoples; connected her to the valkyries, female battlefield choosers of the slain; and analyzed her relation to other goddesses and figures in Germanic mythology, including the thrice-burnt and thrice-reborn Gullveig/Heiðr, the goddesses Gefjon, Skaði, Þorgerðr Hölgabrúðr and Irpa, Menglöð, and the 1st century CE "Isis" of the Suebi. These observations became an extremely common observation in works regarding Old Norse religion until at least the early 1990s. [54], Several plants were named after Freyja, such as Freyja's tears and Freyja's hair (Polygala vulgaris), but during the process of Christianization, the name of the goddess was replaced with that of the Virgin Mary. [74] Vanadís, one of Freyja's names, is the source of the name of the chemical element vanadium, so named because of its many colored compounds. This event is generally accepted as precipitating the Æsir–Vanir War. "Whether she liked it better or worse", Freyja agreed to the conditions, and so spent a night with each of the four dwarfs. [55] In the pre-Christian period, the Orion constellation was called either Frigg's distaff or Freyja's distaff (Swedish Frejerock). The disguised Loki makes excuses for the bride's odd behavior, claiming that she simply has not eaten or slept for eight days. Stemming from a feminine form of Proto-Germanic *frawjōn ('lord'), it is cognate with Old Saxon frūa ('lady, mistress') or Old High German frouwa ('lady'; compare with modern German Frau). In her book-length study of scholarship on the topic of Freyja, Britt-Mari Näsström (1995) is highly critical of this deduction; Näsström says that "these 'parallels' are due to sheer ignorance about the characteristics of Cybele; scholars have not troubled to look into the resemblances and differences between the two goddesses, if any, in support for their arguments for a common origin. Der weibliche Vorname Freja ist eine Variante von Freyja (dies ist die ursprüngliche isländische Schreibeweise) oder auch Freya (die modernere Schreibweise) und geht auf die gleichnamige altnordische Wanengöttin der Liebe und der Ehe zurück, deren Name „Herrin“, „Herrscherin“ oder „die Edelfrau“ bedeutet. [1] Stemming from a feminine form of Proto-Germanic *frawjōn ('lord'), it is cognate with Old Saxon frūa ('lady, mistress') or Old High German frouwa ('lady'; compare with modern German Frau). [49], Having made his way into Freyja's chambers, Loki looked around to be sure that no one was awake, and found that Freyja was asleep. Þrymr reveals that he has hidden Thor's hammer deep within the earth and that no one will ever know where the hammer is unless Freyja is brought to him as his wife. Freyja assists other deities by allowing them to use her feathered cloak, is invoked in matters of fertility and love, and is frequently sought after by powerful jötnar who wish to make her their wife. Various plants in Scandinavia once bore her name, but it was replaced with the name of the Virgin Mary during the process of Christianization. Freyja has numerous names, including Gefn, Hörn, Mardöll, Sýr, Valfreyja, and Vanadís. Die Assoziation mit einer Göttin der Liebe und Fruchtbarkeit finde ich auch schön. These examples indicate that Freyja was a war-goddess, and she even appears as a valkyrie, literally 'the one who chooses the slain'. [50], The next morning Freyja woke and saw that the doors to her bower were open, yet unbroken, and that her precious necklace was gone. Herkunft von Freija. Geschwisternamen: Auf was sollte man achten? Freyja objects. [18], In the poem Lokasenna, where Loki accuses nearly every female in attendance of promiscuity or unfaithfulness, an aggressive exchange occurs between Loki and Freyja. In addition to being buried with her wand, she had received great riches which included horses, a wagon and an Arabian bronze pitcher. In Norse mythology, Freyja (/ˈfreɪə/; Old Norse for "(the) Lady") is a goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, sex, war, gold, and seiðr. [25], In the meantime, Thrym tells his servants to prepare for the arrival of the daughter of Njörðr. Loki said that since no one could enter Freyja's bower against her will, this wouldn't be an easy task, yet Odin told him not to come back until he had found a way to get the necklace. Post-Christianization and Scandinavian folklore, Archaeological record and historic depictions, Relation to Frigg and other goddesses and figures, List of people, items and places in Norse mythology, Sacred trees and groves in Germanic paganism and mythology, Mythological Norse people, items and places,, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles with unsourced statements from May 2020, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Also the name of the daughter of a Finnish king in, 'Lady of the Slain' or 'Freyja of the Slain'. die Namenskombinationen kommentieren! Loki tells Thor of Þrymr's conditions.[22]. [44], In chapter 10, Freyja's brother Freyr dies, and Freyja is the last survivor among the Æsir and Vanir. Signy's brew wins the contest. [61], A 12th century depiction of a cloaked but otherwise nude woman riding a large cat appears on a wall in the Schleswig Cathedral in Schleswig-Holstein, Northern Germany. In Scandinavia, Freyja's name frequently appears in the names of plants, especially in southern Sweden. In Old High German the -stro suffix produced galster instead.. [66], Freyja and her afterlife field Fólkvangr, where she receives half of the slain, have been theorized as connected to the valkyries. Im Jahr 2016 wurde der Name Freyja nur ein einziges Mal vergeben. [72], The 19th century German composer Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen opera cycle features Freia, the goddess Freyja combined with the apple-bearing goddess Iðunn. Meine Eltern fanden beide, dass diese Schreibweise am besten ist. Außerdem ist Freyja die ursprüngliche Schreibweise. Schreibe jetzt einen Kommentar zum Vornamen Freyja! In Egils saga, when Egill Skallagrímsson refuses to eat, his daughter Þorgerðr (here anglicized as "Thorgerd") says she will go without food and thus starve to death, and in doing so will meet the goddess Freyja: In the first chapter of the 14th century legendary saga Hálfs saga ok Hálfsrekka, King Alrek has two wives, Geirhild and Signy, and cannot keep them both. Looking at the necklace, the dwarfs thought Freyja to be most fair, and she the necklace. Es ist wirklich wahr, dass die meisten anderen Schreibweisen nur Abwandlungen oder Anlehnungen sind. Regarding Freyja, High says that, next to Frigg, Freyja is highest in rank among them and that she owns the necklace Brísingamen. Hrungnir boasts that he will move Valhalla to Jötunheimr, bury Asgard, and kill all of the gods—with the exception of the goddesses Freyja and Sif, who he says he will take home with him. Ernährung, Befristeter Artbeitsvertrag Schwangerschaft. Loki tells her to be silent, and says that he knows all about her—that Freyja is not lacking in blame, for each of the gods and elves in the hall have been her lover. After the Æsir–Vanir War ends in a stalemate, Odin appoints Freyr and Njörðr as priests over sacrifices. [30], High adds that Freyja has a large, beautiful hall called Sessrúmnir, and that when Freyja travels she sits in a chariot and drives two cats, and that Freyja is "the most approachable one for people to pray to, and from her name is derived the honorific title whereby noble ladies are called fruvor [noble ladies]". [61] This image may be connected to various B-type bracteates, referred to as the Fürstenberg-type, that may also depict the goddess; they "show a female figure, in a short skirt and double-looped hair, holding a stave or sceptre in her right hand and a double-cross feature in the left". Freyja is also etymologically close the name of the god Freyr, meaning 'lord' in Old Norse. She says that Loki is lying, that he is just looking to blather about misdeeds, and since the gods and goddesses are furious at him, he can expect to go home defeated. [43], The Heimskringla book Ynglinga saga provides a euhemerized account of the origin of the gods, including Freyja. Ich liebe meinen Namen und würde auch nicht anders heißen wollen. The two compete and during the brewing process Signy prays to Freyja and Geirhild to Hött ("hood"), a man she had met earlier (earlier in the saga revealed to be Odin in disguise). Freyja went home to her bower as if nothing happened. Deine Meinung ist uns wichtig: Wie gefällt Dir unsere Webseite? [52] A section of the Swedish Torvisan, in which Freyja has been transformed into "the fair" (den väna) Frojenborg, reads as follows: In the province of Småland, Sweden, an account is recorded connecting Freyja with sheet lightning in this respect. [75], Starting in the early 1990s, derivatives of Freyja began to appear as a given name for girls. [40], Chapter 33 tells that once the gods journeyed to visit Ægir, one of whom was Freyja. Geheimnis gelüftet: So heißt Royal Baby Nr. After her third rebirth, she is known as Heiðr. [26], In the poem Oddrúnargrátr, Oddrún helps Borgny give birth to twins. High notes that Freyja has many names, and explains that this is because Freyja adopted them when looking for Óðr and traveling "among strange peoples". He spies Þrymr sitting on top of a mound. Sie gilt als zweite Göttin des nordischen Pantheons nach Frigg, mit der sie in neuzeitlichen Rezeptionen oft gleichgesetzt oder verwechselt wird. The bark of the wood has been left in its natural state. Loki turned into a flea and jumped onto Freyja's cheek and there bit her. Vornamen. [71] In addition, Oehlenschläger wrote a comedy entitled Freyjas alter (1818) and a poem Freais sal featuring the goddess. This page was last edited on 25 November 2020, at 23:33. Auch mit 17 Jahren. Der Name Freyja ist sehr schön. Terrified at the prospect of death and torture due to his involvement in the abduction of Iðunn, Loki asks if he may use Freyja's "falcon shape" to fly north to Jötunheimr and retrieve the missing goddess. In chapter 7, a means of referring to Freyr is provided that refers to the goddess ("brother of Freyja"). It might possibly be a consequence of different forms of initiation of warriors, where one part seemed to have belonged to Óðinn and the other to Freyja. There are also several similar names, such as the first element of the dithematic personal name Frøydis.[76]. [59], A priestess was buried c. 1000 with considerable splendour in Hagebyhöga in Östergötland. Although the Christianization of Scandinavia sought to demonize the native gods, belief and reverence in the gods, including Freyja, remained into the modern period and melded into Scandinavian folklore. The god Heimdallr proposes to dress Thor up as a bride, complete with bridal dress, head-dress, jingling keys, jewelry, and the famous Brísingamen. In chapter 4, Freyja is introduced as a member of the Vanir, the sister of Freyr, and the daughter of Njörðr and his sister (whose name is not provided). Etymology. When "Freyja" arrives in the morning, Thrym is taken aback by her behavior; her immense appetite for food and mead is far more than what he expected, and when Thrym goes in for a kiss beneath "Freyja's" veil, he finds "her" eyes to be terrifying, and he jumps down the hall. [47], In Sörla þáttr, a short, late 14th century narrative from a later and extended version of the Óláfs saga Tryggvasonar found in the Flateyjarbók manuscript, a euhemerized account of the gods is provided. In time, just as he is about to complete his work, it is revealed that the builder is, in fact, himself a jötunn, and he is killed by Thor. [51], Odin said that, given how she obtained it, she would never get it back. [58], The Freyja name Hörn appears in the Swedish place names Härnevi and Järnevi, stemming from the reconstructed Old Norse place name *Hörnar-vé (meaning "Hörn's vé"). By her husband Óðr, she is the mother of two daughters, Hnoss and Gersemi. Loki removed his flea's shape and undid her collar, opened the bower, and returned to Odin. Völuspá contains a stanza that mentions Freyja, referring to her as "Óð's girl"; Freyja being the wife of her husband, Óðr. The conditions were fulfilled and the necklace was hers. [40] In chapter 49, a quote from a work by the skald Einarr Skúlason employs the kenning "Óðr's bedfellow's eye-rain", which refers to Freyja and means "gold". Gibt es typische Vornamen der Oberschicht? Freyja agrees: Loki flies away in the whirring feather cloak, arriving in the land of Jötunheimr. A particular concentration is recorded in Uppland, among which a number derive from the above-mentioned *Freyjuvé and also *Freyjulundr ('Freyja's sacred grove'), place names that indicate public worship of Freyja. Odin told Loki to get the necklace and bring it to him. The Old Norse word galdr is derived from a word for singing incantations, gala (Old High German and Old English: galan) with an Indo-European-tro suffix. After some debate the gods agree, but with added conditions. Odin was the king of the realm, and made Njörðr and Freyr temple priests. Freyja has a dwelling in the heavens, Fólkvangr, and that whenever Freyja "rides into battle she gets half the slain, and the other half to Odin [...]". [52], Freyja is mentioned in the first stanza ("it is called old Denmark and it is Freja's hall") of the civil national anthem of Denmark, Der er et yndigt land, written by 19th century Danish poet Adam Gottlob Oehlenschläger in 1819. Four dwarfs were smithying a golden necklace, and it was nearly done. She got dressed and went to Odin. Thor is dressed as planned and Loki is dressed as his maid. Freyja is the only one of them that dares to bring him more to drink. Position in unserer Hitliste der beliebtesten Hött answers her prayer and spits on her yeast. The pendant may represent Freyja herself. After a while, the gods grow bored of Hrungnir's antics and invoke the name of Thor. Freyr is "the most glorious" of the gods, and Freyja "the most glorious" of the goddesses. The name Freyja transparently means 'lady, mistress' in Old Norse. Three of these place names appear to derive from *Freyjuhof ('Freyja's hof'), whereas the goddess's name is frequently otherwise compounded with words for 'meadow' (such as -þveit, -land) and similar land formations. The poem Þrymskviða features Loki borrowing Freyja's cloak of feathers and Thor dressing up as Freyja to fool the lusty jötunn Þrymr. Scholar Britt-Mari Näsström points out the description in Gylfaginning where it is said of Freyja that "whenever she rides into battle she takes half of the slain", and interprets Fólkvangr as "the field of the Warriors". In the poem, Thor wakes up to find that his powerful hammer, Mjöllnir, is missing. The first thing that Thor says to Freyja is that she should dress herself and put on a bride's head-dress, for they shall drive to Jötunheimr.

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