Dido
Origin/Usage
Phoenician
Pronunciation
DIE-do
Meaning
Unclear
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Dido most likely originates in Phoenician and the meaning is unclear. According to ancient Roman and Greek sources, she was the founder of Carthage, a Phoenician civilization, and also its first Queen. In the English-speaking countries it was popularized by the English musician Dido.

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