Nerthus

German - A fertility-goddess. A local name for Holda, she was identified with Frigga in Germany but regarded as a separate deity in the Norse pantheon. In some lore, occasionally called Nerthus, Aerth, Aerth, Nerthus, Earth Mother, Earth Mother, Ti Mu, Frigga, Frigga, Eastre, Frau Holle, Fri, Fria, Fricka, Friga, Frige, Frigg, Gode, Holle, Ostara, Vrou-Elde, Fri(a), Anglo-Saxon Frig, German Bertha, (Frau) Gode, (Frau) Holle, (Frau) Wode, Frija, Holda, Huda, Huld(r)a, Lombard Frea, Saxon Eastre, Hertha, Hertha, Nerthus, Nerthus, Holda, Holda, Bertha, Brechta, Frau Gode, Frau Venus, Harfer, Herke, Hold(e), Holl(e), Hulle or Norse Frigga.
Norse - An earth-goddess. In some accounts, she was the first wife of Niord who later married Skadi. One or other of these wives produced Frey and Freya. Others suggest that she was the sister of Niord or that she became Niord. In some accounts, she is Frigga. At times, referred to as Nerthus, Aerth, Aerth, Nerthus, Earth Mother, Earth Mother, Ti Mu, Frigga, Frigga, Eastre, Frau Holle, Fri, Fria, Fricka, Friga, Frige, Frigg, Gode, Holle, Ostara, Vrou-Elde, Fri(a), Anglo-Saxon Frig, German Bertha, (Frau) Gode, (Frau) Holle, (Frau) Wode, Frija, Holda, Huda, Huld(r)a, Lombard Frea, Saxon Eastre, Hertha, Hertha, Nerthus, Nerthus, Holda, Holda, Bertha, Brechta, Frau Gode, Frau Venus, Harfer, Herke, Hold(e), Holl(e), Hulle or Norse Frigga.

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