A name as epic as baby, Xiuhcoatl offers a gender-neutral title of Aztec origin. With the unique endearment “turquoise serpent,” Xiuhcoatl is an awesome appellation from Classical Nahuatl. Xiuhcoatl was considered the nagual, or personal guardian spirit, of the Aztec fire god Xiuhtecuhtli, who is the archetype of the dry season and the weapon of the sun. When the sun god Huitzilopochtli wields Xiuhcoatl, they represent the forces of darkness being cast out by the sun's brilliant light. A truly impressive namesake to behold, there's no limit to the wonders baby Xiuhcoatl may achieve.
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