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Ominiyì

Brief Meaning: Water is honour.

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Omíṣakin

Brief Meaning: Water showed bravery.

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Omítókun

Brief Meaning: Water is worth an ocean.

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Omíwálé

Brief Meaning: Water came home.

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Omídìran

Brief Meaning: Water (the river) becomes generational.

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Omíṣẹfun

Brief Meaning: Water becomes pure.

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Omíkúnlé

Brief Meaning: Water fills the house.

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Omíyalé

Brief Meaning: Flooding.

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Omitọ̀nàdé

Brief Meaning: Water returned from a journey.

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Omiyọrí

Brief Meaning: Water triumphs.

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Omítórera

Brief Meaning: Water is enough for pleasure.

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Omítówojú

Brief Meaning: Water is enough to see the face. [verification needed]

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Omítẹrù

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Omíreni

Brief Meaning: Water is attractive to me.

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Omísadé

Brief Meaning: The waters have made the crown.

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Omísore

Brief Meaning: Water has done good deeds.

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Omíwọlé

Brief Meaning: Water has entered the house.

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Omi saide

Brief Meaning: Among practitioners of Cuban Òrìṣà tradition, Omi Saide is said to mean "the crown of water." In Yorùbá language of West Africa, the name is Omísè̩hìndè. It means "water remained after (as replacement)." Omi (water) is a prefix used for a number of names for devotees of Yorùbá water deities such as Yemo̩ja, Erinlè̩, etc. The name can suggest a series of abiku or still births where intervention by one of the water deities prevent more child death. It can also mean the after a series of only girls that a boy was born at long last. An alternate version of this name is Omísè̩hìndé, meaning "water has arrived finally." This suggests that after period of barrenness a baby arrived with the help of a water deity one paid devotion to.

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Omí Saidé

Brief Meaning: Among practitioners of Cuban Òrìṣà tradition, Omi Saide is said to mean "the crown of water." In actuality, the cuban orisa name Omí Saidé is derived from the Yorùbá name Omísè̩hìndè. It means "water remained after (as replacement)." Omi (water) is a prefix used for a number of names for devotees of Yorùbá river deities such as Yemo̩ja, Erinlè̩, etc. The name can suggest a series of abiku or still births where intervention by one of the water deities prevented further child deaths. It can also mean that after a series of only girls that a boy was born at long last. An alternate version of this name is Omísè̩hìndé, meaning "water has arrived finally." This suggests that after period of barrenness a baby arrived with the help of a water deity one paid devotion to.

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