The Old Norse name Freyja, who in Norse mythology is the goddess of love, beauty, war, and death, is shortened to Freyia. The name Freyja, from the Old Norse 'frauja' (lord/master), denotes 'lady' or 'mistress'. The different variants of the name Freyia are Freia, Freija, Freja, Freya, and Freyja. The name is also said to be derived from the Proto-Germanic feminine word 'frawjōn', which means 'lady', 'mistress'. It is related to Old Saxon ‘fra’ and Old High German 'frouwa', which means 'lady'. Freyia's actual significance cannot be expressed in a few words. The name represents your character, aspirations, and destiny and connotes an adventurous temperament. They are naturally born leaders who are goal-oriented and laser-focused. They're not afraid to put themselves through adversity to attempt new things. They get frustrated when they engage in too many pointless things. The people with the name Freyia are capable of acting independently and making decisions. Additionally, they exude confidence and energy. People think of them as dependable and consistent when they hear the name, Freyia. Others can sense the immense power they possess. A great goal is all they need to make a lasting impression on the world. Their acquaintances or coworkers may be enthused by their greater innovation. The meaning of Freyja is 'noble lady'.