The mountain on which Jaqawitz, the god given to Majukutaj, was deposited, and where the K'iche' forefathers constructed their first permanent settlement. This site became the most important early center of the K'iche' kingdom.
Christenson (page 224, note 585) notes, "Jakawitz in Cholan languages means 'First/Beginning Mountain' tying it to the first mountain of creation. In Quiché, the verb jaq means "to open," which may recall the mountain of Paxil (Split Mountain) that contained the maize used to create the first human beings.
In the Título Yax (Carmack and Moldoch 1989, folio 2r, 107 n. 135), which is far more consistent in its use of the modified Latin alphaebet developed by Father Francisco de la Parra in the sixteenth century and used by scribes throughout highland Guatemala, the name of the deity placed on the mountain is Q'aq'awitz (Fire Mountain). This suggests that Hacavitz, like Tohil, is primarily a fire deity. This reading is also consisten with the description of his mountain, nima q'aq' ja (great fire house).
Christenson's interpretation here is perhaps slightly at odds with Carmack, who believes Jaqawitz to be a version of a Gulf Coast merchant diety.