Meaning of Olochunde
Among the practitioners of Cuban òrìs̩à tradition, the name is said to mean "the coronation of Ochún/Oshún" (Ò̩s̩un in Yorùbá language). In the Yoruba language of west Africa, the name "O̩ló̩sundé" means "the priest of Ò̩s̩un has arrived. " Ò̩s̩un is a female yorùbá water deity.
Olochundé is used as a possible name for initiates of Ochún (Ò̩s̩un) within the cuban òrìs̩à tradition known as Santería or Lucumí.
Glossoní - owner of
Ò̩s̩un - one of the Yorùbá river deities
dé - arrived