Coaxoch is a girl’s name of Aztec origin, meaning “serpent flower” in the Nahuatl language. The serpent-head flower, named for its resemblance to a snake’s head, was considered sacred in the Aztec empire and believed to have magical properties. It could be found in the flower gardens of Tenochtitlan, alongside dahlias, vanilla flowers, and many other beautiful plants. This rare and lovely name is a great choice if you want to pay tribute to your Aztec heritage.
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