Frigg

Frigg

[frig]
noun Scandinavian Mythology.
wife of Odin and chief of the goddesses.

Origin:
< Old Norse, cognate with Old Saxon frī, Old English freo wife; compare German Frau

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Frigg or Frigga (frɪɡ, ˈfrɪɡə)
 
n
Norse myth the wife of Odin; goddess of the heavens and married love
 
Frigga or Frigga
 
n

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Frigg
O.E., only in frigedæg "Friday." In Gmc. religion, wife of Odin, goddess of heaven and married love, from O.N., lit. noun use of the fem. adj. meaning "beloved, loving, wife," from P.Gmc. *frijaz "noble, dear, beloved" (from the root of O.E. freogan "to love;" ult. from the root of
free (adj.)). Also cf. Freya.
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