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- proper n. A female given name borrowed from French Céleste, ultimately Latin caelestis "heavenly".
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In ceramics, sky-blue.
- n. In organ-building, same as vox angelica. See vox.
- n. In pianoforte-making, a variety of soft pedal.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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Celeste is approaching fifteen, the age when she may be given in marriage to an older man in her isolated, rural commune.
Celeste is a tremendous and inspiring mind, a great speaker and has fantastic insight into the challenges we face in delivering great interfaces.
Celestial Heavens the baby might be, but even before the ink on her birth certificate was dry, my sister was being called Celeste, as she has been from that day forward.
Eric Celeste is the new editor at Spirit magazine, and the press release to prove it follows.
I called Celeste and Shaddy to share the news...no one picked up.
Mike had grabbed his mobile phone when he ran from his car, and now he called Celeste and told her that his house was burning.
Celeste Lyn Paul – Celeste’s Website – Celeste is well known in the KDE community and wider afield as a prominent contributor and spokesperson on interaction design and usability.
(Celeste is wearing bright red lipstick and a black, empire waist dress; that's my schtick.
Celeste is a self-absorbed workaholic who is said to be “a top clothing buyer” — hard to believe, given that she doesn’t know what a PDA is, let alone own a Palm Pilot.
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