1.希腊神话海神，来自PIE *kel, 隐藏，词源同cell, hole. 参照电影《加勒比海盗》。
- sea nymph in the "Odyssey," literally "hidden, hider" (perhaps originally a death goddess) from Greek kalyptein "to cover, conceal," from PIE *kel- "to cover, conceal, save," root of English Hell (see cell). The type of West Indian song is so called from 1934, but the origin of the name is obscure.
- 1. Another perennial music favorite is calypso, which is also sung in the Caribbean island English dialect.
- 2. Trinidad's famed steel percussion orchestra was touring theand Calypso had and devoted following.
[ Calypso 造句 ]