But dido got to the loot first, and absconded with it to North Africa, where she set up her kingdom.
No naïf or innocent, dido knows plenty about ambition, and how heartless it can make a (hu)man.
On her leaving the room, dido resumed her quiet attitude on the floor, with her nose to the carpet.
She might have posed as dido when she learned that the noble neas was dead.
Her husband was already breathing heavily, off asleep while dido was talking.
Ilioneus in his speech to dido calls him expressly by the name of king.
Against neas himself, dido invokes the waves of the Tyrrhene Sea, "si quid pia numina possunt."
I ought to be a dido and Niobe and Cassandra rolled into one.
Gazetted to the dido, sir, and pursued by pirates on my way to join my ship.
Tink, tink, a - tink - a - tink, tink - a - tink - a - dido!
"prank, caper," 1807, American English slang, perhaps from the name of the Carthaginian queen in the "Aeneid." Usually in phrase to cut didoes.
: The DIDO principle still applies to its contents sentence A product can be no better than its constituents; esp, the validity of a computer's output cannot surpass the validity of the input; gigo
[1980s+ Computer; fr the abbreviation of dreck in, dreck out, ''shit in, shit out'']