Her friends, Eastern European School of Magic, Boyanova
Eastern European School of Magic
Ebba: Feminine form of Ebbe, a diminutive of Esben, a variant of Asbjørn, a form of Ásbjörn, an Old Norse name derived from the elements áss "god" and björn "bear".
Véfreyja: "devotee of Freyja" from the Old Norse element vé meaning "devoted, dedicated" or "home, temple, sanctuary" (compare the word véseti "one who sits with (= is in charge of) a Vé (= temple, sanctuary)") combined with the name of the goddess Freyja.
Nieminen: "small peninsula", derived from niemi ("peninsula") and -nen ("small")
Véyja - Close friends only
Ebba Véfreyja Nieminen, or Véyja as she is known to her friends Brook Cervantes, Lumi Kogălniceanu, and Aurélie Martel, is a Boyanova student born in Hafnarfjörður, Iceland, nine months after a one-night stand between the Icelandic witch Eyþrúður Aðalbjörnsdóttir and the Finnish muggle Bryyno Nieminen. When she was five years old, her mother decided to give little Ebba Eyþrúðardóttir to her father, Bryyno. Upon joining her father in Finland, Véfreyja's surname was officially changed to Nieminen, and so that is what she goes by now, much to her annoyance - why shouldn't she keep her matronymic? She dislikes her mother, yes, but she likes her Icelandic heritage.
Aged eleven, Véfreyja was given the choice between Durmstrang and EESM. She chose EESM for reasons unknown to herself, and was consequently sorted into Boyanova.
Véfreyja is small for her age, as she is constantly reminded by her mother. She has longish brown hair, and dark eyes. Her model is Mackenzie Foy.
Not as loud as most of her house, Véfreyja is extremely superstitious, but not at all religious. She loves good luck and fortune. When people begin to fight and refuse to work together, she doesn't try to reconcile them, believing it better to just let them fix it between them. Somewhat like her father, she likes to be in charge and have what she wants. Overall she appears to be a cheerful girl, though she can occasionally slip into moments of melancholy when reflecting on things.