It vanished, but where it had been another light now burned, for the temple of quetzal was afire.
The lion and the tiger roared, and the first bird that sang was the quetzal.
Once for all, let quetzal enlarge his doom; it is sweeter than what you call his love.
I was speaking about quetzal, I believe, said the old man, when all were fairly on the way.
Also the quetzal, the imperial bird of the great Indian Quiche race, and the Trogan resplendens.
If to-day the Aztec Empire is the strongest in the world, it is owing to quetzal.
The representation of the quetzal as an entire bird is, after all, comparatively rare.
If quetzal was the pabas idol in religion, she was his idol in affection.
Through the lips of his child, quetzal will speak, and tell you of the day in Cholula.
On the day of the combat, about the time of the assemblage, I went to the C of quetzal for blessing.
central American bird with brilliant plumage, 1827, from Spanish quetzal, from Aztec quetzalli the bird name, literally "tail-feather."