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Correct spelling: dido

Common misspellings for dido:

dido, diddo.

Dido \d(i)-do\

Origin:
Greek
Details:
Dido as a girl's name is of Greek origin. Literary: in Virgil's "Aeneid", the queen of Carthage who falls in love with the wandering Aeneas. Pop musician Dido.
Related names:
Elissa.
Meaning:
dada, Didi, dita, Elissa, Doda, Dede, Dodi, Dody.
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Examples of usage for dido:

  1. But the story of Hester Prynne is poetry as truly as the tale of Dido and undoubtedly you cannot refuse the appellation poetry to the chapter in Hawthorne's novel which describes how Arthur Dimmesdale gets up in the pulpit and confesses to the congregation his part in Hester Prynne's guilt. – The Literature of Ecstasy by Albert Mordell
  2. " Because it makes you resemble Dido – Monsieur Cherami by Charles Paul de Kock
  3. He had no wit, no repartee, no smartness; he prosed about ploughs and shepherds, like a maudlin old squire; or he told a very shady sort of anecdote about Dido which I always doubted should be put into the hands of youth. – That Boy Of Norcott's by Charles James Lever

Quotes for dido:

  1. I also love Dido and Nelly Furtado and people who are really into their music like that. And I love Renee Zellweger.

Rhymes for dido:

  1. fido;
  2. hokkaido;
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