noun, plural di·dos, di·does. Usually didos, didoes. Informal.
Origin of dido
Examples from the Web for dido
Contemporary Examples of dido
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.
Historical Examples of dido
I ought to be a Dido and Niobe and Cassandra rolled into one.It Happened in Egypt
C. N. Williamson
I wonder if it were very un-soldierly to slip it off and tie it about Dido's neck.Micah Clarke
Arthur Conan Doyle
Dido and Jacko are great friends, and play together a great deal.
Tink, tink, a - tink - a - tink, tink - a - tink - a - dido!Tom Burke Of "Ours", Volume I (of II)
Charles James Lever
He was one of our best men, and captain of the forecastle on board the Dido.The Expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido
noun plural -dos or -does (usually plural) informal
Word Origin for dido
"prank, caper," 1807, American English slang, perhaps from the name of the Carthaginian queen in the "Aeneid." Usually in phrase to cut didoes.