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Frey

Frey (frā), Norse god. He was a beneficent deity associated with the fertilizing powers of the sun and the rain and, like his sister Freyja, with the return of spring. His worship, which extended throughout most of Scandinavia, had its chief seat at Uppsala.

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Frey

Frey in Scandinavian mythology, the god of fertility and dispenser of rain and sunshine. His sister Freya is the goddess of love and of the night.

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