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Gender: F Origin of Dido: Greek, meaning obscure

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Dido was the heroine of Virgil's Aeneid and of the opera "Dido and Aeneas," and in Roman mythology the founder of Carthage. A strong ancient name in the Juno mode, but it could have some awkward associations down the line.

The English singer-songwriter Dido was born with the equally unusual name Florian Cloud, but was called Dido since childhood.

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Dido Belle Lindsay, notable biracial historical figure who, as a daughter of nobility, partially influenced the abolition of slavery in England, and main character in the phenomenal 2013 film "Belle" about her life story
The Queen Dido, a ship in the game 'Resident Evil: Revelations'