This name generator will give you 10 random names for Quetzalcoatl, which could work for other, similar beings as well.
Quetzalcoatl, meaning feathered serpent in Nahuatl, is a deity in Mesoamerican literature, but feathered serpents based on this deity are now part of many modern works of fiction as well. Quetzalcoatl was the Aztec god of learning and wind, and was known to wear a necklace around its neck. Variations of this necklace were often worn by religious rulers.
Quetzalcoatl's mother was Cihuacoatl, which translates to The Lady of the Serpent, and Quetzalcoatl's father was Mixcoatl, or Cloud Serpent. I followed this pattern of descriptive serpent names in this generator using the Nahuatl language. I think I understood Nahuatl grammar enough to avoid mistakes, but there may be a few here and there.
Coatl can also be translated as snake, which might be worth keeping in mind if you prefer the sound of snake over serpent. Tlacuahuacoatl could thus be translated as both Solid Serpent and Solid Snake.
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