- a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “heavenly.”
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Contemporary Examples of celeste
We never saw Celeste but she is forever in our hearts: as a daughter, a granddaughter, a sister, and our little angel.Daily Beast Readers React to YouTube Stillborn Baby Memorials
November 12, 2013
When Celeste Shaw was growing up in Colorado Springs, she and Sara, her younger sister, were inseparable.Lost and Found in Tijuana: Behind an Amazing American Rescue
September 26, 2013
Into it comes Celeste Tyree, a child of the black middle class from Detroit and the University of Michigan.The Essential Civil-Rights Reading List
Samuel G. Freedman
August 27, 2013
Celeste Price is a sexy, attractive 26-year-old eighth-grade teacher with a perfect body, married to a wealthy man who adores her.The Modern ‘Lolita’: Dramatizing the Mind of a Female Pedophile in Alissa Nutting’s ‘Tampa’
June 28, 2013
Panovska said Celeste will reiterate what Turner advised, but he will raise the stakes with three additional provisions.State Pols Outraged by Anti-Abortion Laws Push Onerous Restrictions on Viagra
March 14, 2012
Historical Examples of celeste
But at this moment the ringing of a bell was heard, and an oath escaped Celeste.
This Madame Menoux was a haberdasher in the neighborhood and a great friend of Celeste's.
This plan was helped on by the renewed presence of Celeste the maid.
"You must obey," said Celeste Seldon, as the driver hesitated.Buffalo Bill's Spy Trailer
Colonel Prentiss Ingraham
My dear Celeste: I have decided that you will have to afford to wait for your money.IT and Other Stories
fem. proper name, from French céleste (11c.) "sky, heaven," from Latin caelestis "heavenly" (see celestial).