Definition of Castalia in English:

Castalia

Line breaks: Cas|ta¦lia
Pronunciation: /kaˈsteɪlɪə
 
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A spring on Mount Parnassus, sacred in antiquity to Apollo and the Muses.

Derivatives

Castalian

adjective
More example sentences
  • Many great poets believed that the Castalian waters at Delphi had qualities, which could induce creativity.

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