Calypso is an immortal nymph, and she was featured in the Greek story the Odyssey, written by Homer. According to that story, she washed onshore.

Name definitionEdit

Calypso's name means 'hider' or 'Hidden.' She hid around the island for a while, so her name most likely defines anything to do with hiding.


Greek nameEdit

Calypso's official Greek name is Καλυψω.

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