Freya was the Norse goddess of sex, fertility, war, and wealth. Freya was a Vanir goddess taken as hostage by the Aesir.
Freyja (sometimes anglicized as Freya) is a major goddess in Germanic paganism, particularly in its late form, Norse paganism, where numerous surviving tales either involve or feature her. While there are some sources suggesting that Freyja was called on to bring fruitfulness to fields or wombs, in the Eddas, she was portrayed as a goddess of love, beauty, and fertility.
Freyja (pronounced FRAY-ah) is the Norse Goddess of love and fertility. Freya was a spectacular beauty known for her appreciation of romantic music and stunning floral arrangements. That was her softer side; she was also known as the goddess of war and death. Freyja's name may be the source of our name of the fifth day of the week, Friday. She possesses many magical items, including a golden necklace called Brísingamen, and she travels in a chariot pulled by her sacred cats.