Luise, having known unspeakable agony, sympathized with others' pain, and the unending despair she had endured gave her an understanding of prudency. She was doubtful if the gods had bestowed her with power because of her suffering, yet she wielded it for righteous ends nevertheless. Her command over the elements could ward off tornadoes and enrich the soil, and every action was infused with the desire to rescue the less fortunate from their hardship.
See Luise the Endowed.
Luise is a German variant of Dutch, English and French Louise, all feminine forms of Louis, the French form of the Old Frankish male given name Chlodowig (Modern German: Ludwig) and one of two English forms, the other being Lewis. The Frankish name is composed of the words for "fame, loud" (hlōd) and "fighter,warrior" (wīg) which may be translated as "famous warrior" or "famous in battle".
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