(dye-doe) this name seems to be very underused,and i like the singer.

Best known from Virgil's Aeneid, Dido was the name of the first queen of Carthage. The tale of Dido and Aeneas was also turned into a play by Christopher Marlowe in 1594 and then turned into an opera by Henry Purcell in 1688. The name may be based on a Phonecian word for "virgin." Dido is also known as Elissa or Elisha. In modern times, the most famous Dido is the British singer-songwriter (born Florian Cloud de Bounevialle O'Malley Armstrong in 1971).

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