as with other words derived from Nahuatl, the “x” is pronounced as “sh”: roughly “Asholotl” instead of “Aksolotl”
Nahuatl atl 'water' + xolotl 'spirit'
Nahuatl, from atl water + xolotl servant, doll, toy
Nahuatl, from atl "water" + xolotl "slippery or wrinkled one, servant, slave"
May be incorrectly translated to �Water-Dog� or water monster
Twin brother of the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl.
Xolotl, the Twin, the Shapeshifter, Venus as the Evening Star, the Lord of the West, Double of Quetzalcoatl.
Xolotl is the dog-like deity, often depicted with ragged ears. He is identified with sickness and physical deformity. As a double of Quetzalcoatl, he carries his conch-like ehecailacacozcatl or wind jewel.
Xolotl accompanied Quetzalcoatl to Mictlan, Land of the Death or the underworld, to retrieve the bones from those who inhabited the previous world (Nahui Atl) to create new life for the present world, Nahui Ollin, the sun of movement. In a sense, this re-creation of life is reacted every night when Xolotl guides the sun through the underworld.
In the tonalpohualli, Xolotl rules over day Ollin (movement) and over trecena 1-Cozcacuauhtli (vulture).
Axolotls are believed to be the living disciples of Xolotl.
Lead lost souls in their journey
One of the Urban dictionary definitions:
A common phrase used to say goodbye to friends, similar to "see you later!" (Pronuciation: Ox-ul-LOT-tle)
Hey Fred, it was nice talking to you ... I gotta go ... AXOLOTL!
I bring nothing to the table.