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Oñí ocán

Brief Meaning: Among the practitioners of Cuban Òrìs̩à tradition, Oñí Ocán is said to mean " heart of honey or sweetness." It is a name typically given to the initiates of Ochún/Oshún (Ò̩s̩un in Yorùbá language) This name is derived from the Yorùbá name "Oyínkán," which is the abbreviation of either "Oyínkánsádé" (honey dripped onto the crown - of our royal lineage) or "Oyínkánsó̩lá" (honey dripped onto wealth/nobility).

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