Tlaçolteotl, also called Ixcuina, was besides called Tlaelquani. As to her being named Tlaçolteotl: it was said that it was because her realm, her domain, was that of evil and perverseness - that is to say, lustful and debauched living. It was said that she ruled and was mistress of lust and debauchery.
And as to her name Ixuina: it was said there were four women - the first named Tiacapan (the first born), the second Teicu (the younger sister), the third named Tlaco (the middle sister), the fourth named Xocotzin (the youngest sister). These four women, it was said, were god[desses]. Each one of these called
And as for her being called Tlaelquani: it was said it was because one told, one recited before her, all vanities; one told, one spread before her all unclean works - however ugly, however grave; avoiding nothing because of shame. Indeed all was exposed, told before her.