The baby name Xochiquetzal is a girl name, 5 syllables long and is pronounced "soh-chee-keh-tsal".
Xochiquetzal is Aztec in Origin.
Xochiquetzal is a feminine name of Aztec origin, meaning "flower feather" or "precious feather flower." The name is composed of two Nahuatl words, xochitl (flower) and quetzalli (feather), which were both highly valued in Aztec culture. Xochiquetzal was also the name of the Aztec goddess of love, beauty, fertility, and the arts. She was often depicted wearing a headdress of flowers and feathers, and was associated with the planet Venus.
In Aztec mythology, Xochiquetzal was one of the most important deities, and was revered for her beauty and grace. She was also associated with the concept of duality, as she was both a goddess of love and fertility, but also had a darker aspect as a goddess of war and sacrifice. The name Xochiquetzal has been used for centuries in Mexico and other parts of Latin America, and has become increasingly popular in recent years as a unique and meaningful name for baby girls.
The pronunciation of Xochiquetzal is "soh-chee-keh-tsal," with the emphasis on the second syllable. The name can be a bit challenging to pronounce for those unfamiliar with Nahuatl, but it has a beautiful and exotic sound that many people find appealing. Overall, Xochiquetzal is a powerful and meaningful name that honors the rich cultural heritage of the Aztec people, and celebrates the beauty and creativity of the natural world.
Xochiquetzal has the following similar or variant Names
- Xochiquetzalli |
- Xochiquetzal |
- Xochiquetzale |
- Xochiquetzaltzin |