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In Aztec mythology, Malinalxochitl (Classical Nahuatl: Malīnalxōchitl [maliːnaɬˈʃoːtʃitɬ], from Nahuatl "Malinalli," grass, and "Xochitl," flower) was a sorceress and goddess of snakes, scorpions and insects of the desert. Her brother was Huitzilopochtli.
- Alternative: Malīnalxōch.
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