What is the definition of "calypsonian"?

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Calypsonian is a term used to describe something that pertains to Calypso. It refers to a musical style of West Indian origin that often has typical and improvised lyrics. It also refer to a sea nymph who detained Odysseus in the classical mythology of Ogygia Island.
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Ca·lyp·so
[kuh-lip-soh]
NOUN [PLURAL CA·LYP·SOS.]
1.
Classical Mythology a sea nymph who detained Odysseus on the island of Ogygia for seven years.
2.
(lowercase) a terrestrial orchid, Calypso bulbosa, of the Northern Hemisphere, having a single variegated purple, yellow, and white flower.
3.
(lowercase) a musical style of West Indian origin, influenced by jazz, usually having topical, often improvised, lyrics.
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
4.
(lowercase) to sing or dance to calypso.
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