Holda

German - A goddess of children and weather. Wife of Holder, some say. She was said to have given flax to the human race. As Frau Holle, she was said to guard the souls of children in lakes or wells. As Frau Venus, she was said to live in a cave in the Horselberg and tempted mortals with the pleasures of the flesh. Tannhauser was one of those who stayed with her until he became sickened with his own sinfulness. She was the owner of the magic fountain, Quickborn. Sometimes identified as Holda, Frau Holle, Frau Holle, Frigga, Frau Venus, Frau Venus, Holda, Harfer, Harfer, Holda, Herke, Herke, Holda, Hold, Hold, Holde, Holde, Holl, Holl, Holle, Holle, Huda, Huda, Holda, Hulda, Hulda, Hulle, Hulle or Holda.
German - The offspring of a demon and a witch. These beings are said to be capable of appearing in many different forms - bee, caterpillar, elf, fairy, etc. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Holda, Frau Holle, Frau Holle, Frigga, Frau Venus, Frau Venus, Holda, Harfer, Harfer, Holda, Herke, Herke, Holda, Hold, Hold, Holde, Holde, Holl, Holl, Holle, Holle, Huda, Huda, Holda, Hulda, Hulda, Hulle, Hulle or Holda.

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