GefyonIn Norse mythology, Gefyon ("giver") was a seeress and goddess, a member of both the Vanir and the Aesir. All women who die virgin are sent to her hall, and thus she is characterised as a goddess of virtue, yet conversely she was also a fertility goddess.
Moreover, "Gefn" is one of the alternate names of Freya, the Norse goddess of procreation. It is entirely conceivable that Gefyon is merely an aspect of Freya in the same way that Morrigan in Irish mythology has a multiplicity of aspects.
She was associated with the plow, virgins and good luck. Girls who died as virgins became her servants in the afterlife.
Alternate spellings: Gefjon, Gefn