More days passed and soon Celesta had lost all hope. That was when the dragon appeared. Neither soldier nor warrior, Celesta knew there was little chance for her to defeat the beast that towered above her, but still she faced it head on in battle. If she slew it, she could drink down its blood. That would at least quench her thirst.
Celesta is a feminine name of Latin origin; the meaning is "heavenly, of the sky". It is derived from the word coelestis. Caelestis and Coelestis are old Latin forms. A variant transcription of the name Celeste (English) and Céleste (French).
Also celesta or celeste is a struck idiophone operated by a keyboard. It looks similar to an upright piano (four- or five-octave), or a large wooden music box (three-octave). The sound of the celesta is similar to that of the glockenspiel, but with a much softer and more subtle timbre. This quality gave the instrument its name - "heavenly".