1. Frigg: Goddess of Marriage and Fertility

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    Frigg (sometimes referred to as Frigga) is the Norse Goddess of Marriage and Fertility. She was also the wife of the all-powerful Odin. She is associated with the gift of prophecy, and in some stories is portrayed as weaving the future of men and gods, although she did not have the power to change their destiny.

     
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