Meaning of Okàntómi
This is a name given after ordination of an Orisha priest/ess in the Afro-Cuban Yoruba religious tradition known as Lukumi/Santeria/Regla de Ocha. This particular name is given to Oshun worshipers, and believed to mean something like "Oshun's Heart" "Heart of Water" "Heart that is water" or even "Oshun is sufficient".
Glossọkàn - heart
tó - sufficient for, as prominent as
omi - water (in reference to Ọ̀ṣun)