"Sooty." According to Snorri Sturluson, Andhrímnir is the name of the cook who boils the boar Sæhrímnir in the pot Eldhrímnir, in order to feed the einherjar each night. Snorri's interpretation is based on a single stanza in Grímnismál:
The word hrímnir, appearing in all three names, is derived from the word for soot on a cook pot.
- Grímnismál, 18.
- Gylfaginning, 38.