• The Muse that presides over eloquence and heroic poetry; motherof Orpheus, and chief of the nine Muses.

    1. The eldest and wisest of the Nine Muses of Greek mythology. She is the muse of epic poetry, commonly known as Homer's muse, being the inspiration for Homer's Iliad and Odyssey.

    2. A type of musical instrument which produces sound by sending a gas (either steam or, more recently, compressed air) through large whistles.

    3. Title of a story in Neil Gaiman's Sandman graphic novels, in which the Greek muse Calliope is featured - although here she is misidentified as the youngest muse.

  • An amazing girl. She is really smart. Usually writes left handed. Gets butterflies that makes her blush a beautiful cherry red. Looks amazing. Can practically control a guy just by looking at them. And has a smile and eyes you can stare at forever.

  • Calliope projects in Uptown New Orleans, Louisiana. C-murder, Master-P, Silkk the Shocker, and the Neville Brothers are all from Calliope.

  • Calliope is a beautiful, kind and smart girl. She's the life of the party and has the prettiest smile in the world. Her features are one of a kind and her personality is so amazing, that everyone can't help but love her. She's selfless, brave and a great friend, but can be a little stubborn and reckless at times. Even though she has flaws, everyone loves her for who she is.

  • 1- The youngest of the nine Muses of greek mythology. She is also known as Homer's muse because she inspired him to write the Illiade.
    2- Type of musical instrumente.
    3- Title of an issue of Vertigo's The Sandman by Neil Gaiman.