Aztec NamesTotal Names: 62
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A?catl

A giant reed ... Read More

Male

Acuecucyoticihuati

Name of the Aztec goddess of the ocean ... Read More

Female

Ahuatzi

Small oak ... Read More

Male

Ahuic

Name of the Aztec goddess of the running water in rivers, streams, and waves ... Read More

Female

Anacaona

Golden flower ... Read More

Female

Apozanolotl

Name of the Aztec goddess of purity ... Read More

Female

Atlacamani

The Aztec goddess of storms ... Read More

Female

Atlacoya

Name of Aztec goddess of drought. ... Read More

Female

Atlatonin

Name of Aztec mother-goddess. ... Read More

Female

Ayauhteotl

Name of Aztec goddess of the haze and mist ... Read More

Female

Chalchihuitlcue

She of the robe of green jewels ... Read More

Female

Chalmecacihuilt

Name of Aztec goddess of the underworld. ... Read More

Female

Chantico

She who dwells in the house ... Read More

Female

Chiconahui

Name of Aztec hearth-goddess. ... Read More

Female

Chimalley

Shield ... Read More

Male

Cipactonal

Production of the day ... Read More

Male

Citlalee

Star ... Read More

Male

Citlalic

Rising star ... Read More

Female

Citlalicue

Star garment ... Read More

Female

Coyolxauhqui

Golden bells ... Read More

Female

CuahutA?emoc

Eagle that falls ... Read More

Male

Cuallea

Good ... Read More

Male

Cuallee

Spelling variation of Cuallea, meaning good. ... Read More

Male

Cuetzpallea

Aztec term for lizard ... Read More

Male

Cuetzpallee

An alternate spelling for Cuetzpallea. It means lizard. ... Read More

Male

Etapalli

Wing ... Read More

Female

Guatemoc

Falling eagle or Descending eagle in Nahuatl. It has many variations, such as Cuathemoc, Cuauhtemotzin or Guat ... Read More

Male

Huitzilin

Hummingbird ... Read More

Male

Huixtocihuatl

Name of Aztec fertility goddess ... Read More

Female

Ichtacka

Secret ... Read More

Male

Ilamatecuhtli

Name of Aztec fertility and death goddess. ... Read More

Female

Itzpapalotl

Obsidian butterfly ... Read More

Female

Ixcuiname

Four faces or four sisters. ... Read More

Female

MacuilxA?chitl

Five flowers ... Read More

Female

Metztli

Goddess of night ... Read More

Female

Mictlantecuhtli

Lord of Mictlan ... Read More

Male

MixcA?atl

Serpent of the sky ... Read More

Female

Montezuma

The archer Lord in an angry state. The last ruler of Aztec ... Read More

Male

Netzahualcoyotl

Hungry coyote ... Read More

Male
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Aztec Names

Search Aztec Names with meanings, origin, fortune and history behind your favorite names. Get great ideas for Aztec baby names from around the world.

The origin of a name can be very important if you are looking to find a baby name that is related to your own family or part of your culture.

Choosing your baby’s name is a big responsibility. It’s the name that he or she will carefully practice writing out to sign magnificent pieces of preschool artwork. It’s the name your child will use to introduce and identify him or herself.

Perhaps you want to choose a unique name that sets your child apart; maybe you want to choose a family name that has deep meaning to you; or maybe you just want a pretty name that’s fun or easy to say.

Luckily – or perhaps overwhelmingly – there are thousands of baby names to choose from that come from a wide range of cultures, languages, traditions and stories.

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Why are names so important?

People give certain names to their children for various reasons – to honor someone, like a favored relative or famous person (like your uncle Michael, or John F. Kennedy); because the name itself translates to something special (like my name, Timothy, translates to “serving God”), to provide a sense of uniqueness in the world (like the name of someone I knew in college gave to her daughter – Tanji), or to be frivolous (as in the case of parents who might name their child “Lucifer” or “Messiah” or “23”). In some cultures which use descriptive phrases or nouns for names, as in some Native American tribes, it is seen as bestowing the gifts or talents described in the phrase, such as Running Rabbit or Flying Arrow.

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