In Norse mythology, Hrym (Old Norse "decrepit") is a jötunn and the captain of the ship Naglfar according to the Gylfaginning (chapter 51). During the end time conflict of Ragnarök he will set sail from Jotunheim, transporting the legions of jötnar toward the battlefield of Vígríðr to confront the gods in the final battle.

Yet in the eddaic poem Völuspá, it is said that it is the god Loki who is captain of Naglfar, but Hrym is still described arriving for Ragnarök in stanza 50 as follows :

From the east comes Hrym | with shield held high

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Naglfar - Attestations
... a deceased völva foretells that the ship will arrive with rising waters, carrying Hrym and Loki and with them a horde of others Hrym steers from the east, waters rise ... From the east comes Hrym with shield held high In giant-wrath does the serpent writhe O'er the waves he twists, and the tawny eagle Gnaws corpses screaming ... ship will be captained by the jötunn Hrym, and that Naglfar will be carried along with the surging waters of the flood ...