In Aztec mythology, the god of rain and fertility.
Lord of all sources of water, clouds, rain, lightening, mountain springs, and weather.
Mythological Rain God who nourished cacao trees with water.
tlä lOk] Major god of Aztecs; associated with fertility and the agricultural cycle; god of rain. (p. 403)
Tlaloc, also known as Nahualpilli, was, in Aztec belief, the god of rain and fertility. He was greatly feared among the Aztecs, who drowned children to appease him. They believed that Tlaloc was responsible for both floods and droughts, and that he had been created by the other gods.