Quiahuitl

Central American - An Aztec creator-god. The sun-god of the second age. When the world was destroyed by fire at the end of his reign, humans were changed into butterflies, dogs and turkeys. Sometimes identified as Quiahuitl, Tletonatiuh, Tletonatiuh or Quiahuitl.
Central American - The nineteenth of the 20 days of the Aztec month. Symbolising rain and the west, the day was governed by Chantico. In some accounts, known as Quiahuitl, Tletonatiuh, Tletonatiuh or Quiahuitl.

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