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Gender: Male Meaning of Frey: "lord, exalted one" Origin of Frey: Scandinavian

The name Frey is a boy's name of Scandinavian origin meaning "lord, exalted one". Frey and discussed in our forums with posts like "Baby a Day".

From the experts:

Frey is the handsome Norse fertility god, a worthy namesake -- though the child might not want to find himself in the thick of the fray.

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Pop Culture References for the name Frey

Frey, character in web comic Fisheye Placebo by Wenqing Yan
Frey, Surname of a generally reviled family in George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, including Walder, Stevron, Lothar, Roslin, and Walda
Frey, Surname Glenn Lewis Frey, the Co-founding member of the rock band, the Eagles


Eliane Says:


Makes me think of chocolate which is a good start

AldabellaxWulfe Says:


Frey, pronounced 'Fray', is an absolutely gorgeous name. However, if one is looking for a fuller version, the original form of Frey (a diminuitive) is Freyr - the rare masculine version of the more popular Freya.

Essa Says:


Love this as an alternative to all the standard one syllable middles that are used. Shame I seem to struggle pronouncing 'fr'