Caliban[kal′i ban′, -bən]
Caliban definition by Webster's New World
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a deformed, brutish creature, the slave of Prospero, in Shakespeare's The Tempest
Origin: form of canibal, cannibal, with interchanged n and amp; l; canibal occurs in Hakluyt's Voyages (1598)
Caliban definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A satellite of Uranus.
Origin: After Caliban, the slave in The Tempest by William Shakespeare.