Freyr

Origin: Old Norse

Meaning: lord

In Norse mythology, Freyr is the Norse god of fertility and the weather, and the husband of Gerd, a frost giantess, for whom he gave up a magical sword just to be with her though, without it, he will be killed during Ragnorak.

Freyr is also the twin brother of Freya, another Norse goddess.

Freya is the feminine form of the name, meaning “lady”.

Variants: Frey