Calixta

Calixta Meaning and Origin

Calixta is a girl’s name meaning “most beautiful” and is of Greek origin. It is derived from the Latin word “calix,” which means “chalice” or “cup.” In Catholic tradition, the chalice is used during the celebration of the Eucharist or Holy Communion. Calixta is a variant of the name Calista, which is also derived from “calix.” The name Calixta is not as commonly used as Calista, but it still has a significant presence in certain cultures and regions. In literature, the name Calixta appears in Kate Chopin’s famous short story “The Storm,” which tells the story of a married woman named Calixta who has a brief romantic encounter with an old flame during a storm.

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