Meaning of Ochún miguá
For practitioners of Cuban òrìs̩à tradition, which is the Yorùbá-based religious tradition that developed in Cuba, Ochún Miguá is said to mean "Oshún (a Yorùbá river deity) brought this one in her arms." It is used within the Cuban òrìṣà community as a possible name for initiates of that goddess. The equivalent Yorùbá name in West Africa is "Ò̩s̩únmúyìíwá," which means "Ò̩s̩un (a Yorùbá river deity) brought this one."
Used in Cuba for initiated of the deity Oshún. (rendered Ò̩s̩un in Yorùbáland of West Africa)
GlossÒ̩s̩un - a female Yorùbá river deity
mú - to take
èyí - this, this one
wá - come
Ochún Miwá, Oshún Miwá