Xochiquetzal Aztec God
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Xochiquetzal , (Nahuatl: “Precious Feather Flower”) Aztec goddess of beauty, sexual love, and household arts, who is also associated with flowers and plants. According to Aztec mythology, she came from Tamoanchán , the verdant paradise of the west. Originally the wife of Tlaloc , the rain god, she was abducted for her beauty by Tezcatlipoca , the malevolent god of night, who enthroned her as goddess of love. In some areas, she was identified with Chalchiuhtlicue , goddess of fresh water.