The nymph in Greek mythology, who lived on the island of Ogygia, where, according to the Odyssey, she detained Odysseus for seven years.
The etymology of Calypso’s name is from καλύπτω (kalyptō), meaning “to cover”, “to conceal”, “to hide”, or “to deceive”.
In Homer’s Odyssey, Calypso attempts to keep the fabled Greek hero Odysseus on her island for seven years, to make him her immortal husband.
Calypso enchants Odysseus with her singing as she moves to weaving on her loom with a golden shuttle.
Odysseus soon comes to wish for circumstances to change.
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