Xochiquetzal

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Xochiquetzal, from the Codex Rios, 16th century.

In Aztec mythology, Xoːchiquetzal (IPA: [ʃotʃi'ketsal]) was a goddess of flowers, fertility, games, dancing and agriculture (planting and harvesting), as well as craftsmen and pregnant women. She was first a moon and love goddess.