A larval salamander in the larval stage. Also used for nonsense in MAD Magazine. This is a word of the ancient Nahuatl Indian language used by the Aztecs and Toltecs. Other Nahuatl words are Quetzal and Quetzalcoatl.
If you disturb the Axolotl, I'll sic my Quetzal on you!!
A type of salamander found in lakes near Mexico City and bred at Indiana University among other places to study their ability to regenerate lost limbs. From the Nahuatl, meaning "water dog."
"See ya later, alligator."
"I'm hittin' the bottle, axolotl."
1. A funny word found in the marginalia of early Mad Magazines. cf "potrzebie"
2. Early developmental stage of a salamander, analogous to a pollywog or tadpole.
A common phrase used to say goodbye to friends, similar to "see you later!" (Pronuciation: Ox-ul-LOT-tle)
Hey Fred, it was nice talking to you ... I gotta go ... AXOLOTL!