Xaman Ek: Mayan. God of the north star, associated with peace and plenty, and commerce.
Xevioso: West Africa. God who used a thunder axe. Associated with rain and fertility.
Xipe: Aztec. God of agriculture, the west, disease, spring, goldsmiths and the seasons. He flayed himself to give food to humanity, symbolic of the maize seed losing the outer layer of the seed before germination and of snakes shedding their skin. Associated with agriculture, west, goldsmiths, and self-mutilation to give penance.
Xi Wang-mu: Chinese. Goddess of immortality who personifies the feminine "yin"; Ruler of the western paradise and goddess of immortality.
Xochiquetzal: Aztec. Mother goddess of maize, flowers (especially marigolds, which are laid on graves), and the underworld. Associated with sexual love, twins, children, and craftsmen.
Xochipilli: Aztec. God of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers, maize, and song. His name means "Flower Prince."
Xochiquetzal: Aztec. Goddess of flowers, fertility, erotic love, maize, artistry, games, dancing and agriculture, as well as craftsmen, prostitutes and pregnant women. She was originally a moon and love goddess.
Xolotl: Aztec. The evil form of Venus and adversary of the Sun; a monster animal with its feet on reversed. Associated with bad luck and fire.