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Central Mexican Indigenous Coats of Arms and the Conquest of
Such iconography is very similar to that used in relation to the feast of Xocotl Huetzi, or “fruits fall,” linking it to Otontecuhtli.
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vulgar "tejocote", del náhuatl: tetl =piedra, xocotl = fruto ácido, "fruto ácido de piedra".
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Xocotl una tlacohcoual........................... 20. Recaudo .................................................
Trecena 10, 1 Pedernal, clara referencia a huey miccailhuitl-xocotl huetzi;. Trecena 12,1 Lagarto, clara referencia a ochpaniztli;.
Traditional Medicine Among the Nahua: Contemporary and Ancient
cuaxilotl; see Figure 13), while xocotl indicates a more acidic type of fruit (such as plum, xalxocotl, or orange, alaxox).

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Satanismo: poder sobrenatural, la condenación eterna …
Hombres vivos, que se encontraban bajo el efecto del yauhtli (Tagetes lucida) eran arrojados al fuego en la fiesta dedicada a Xocotl Uetzi.

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Xocotl is the Aztec god of fire and of the stars. Article "Xocotl" created on 03 March 1997; last modified on 14 March 1997 (Revision 2). 11 words.
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