Help baby’s sippy cup runneth over with all the best things by giving them the beautiful name Calpurnia! A feminine name of Latin origin, Calpurnia means “chalice” or “cup.” This moniker has incredible historical significance, as it belonged to Julius Caesar’s wife. Depicted to be a kind and caring person, she tried to warn Caesar of his forthcoming death; a story that has been immortalized in the works of William Shakespeare. Fans of literature might also recognize this name from Harper Lee’s classic book To Kill a Mockingbird. In the novel, Calpurnia is the Finch family’s beloved housekeeper, who plays a pivotal role in the upbringing of Scout and Jem. With namesakes such as these, baby is sure to find that their new name is exactly their cup of tea.
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