Freya (Old Norse Freyja, “Lady” or “mistress”) is one of the preeminent goddesses in Norse mythology. She’s a member of the Vanir tribe of deities, who were associated with nature, wild places, animals and unseen realms, but became an honorary member of the Aesir gods (deities of the sky and intellect) after the Aesir-Vanir War. Freyr is her brother; these divine twins were the Norse deities of untamed nature. Her husband, named Odr in late Old Norse literature, many argue, is the same God as Odin. This confusion has also led to suggestions that Frigg and Freya are the same Goddess, as both were married to Odin and had a magical feathered cloak. Freya had two children named Hnoss (jewel) and Gemesi (treasure).