Meaning of DIDO
What Does DIDO Mean?DIDO is a shortened version of DIDDO, which means "Ditto (i.e., Same Again)". Ditto is a typographic symbol indicating that the text is the same as the text immediately above. For example:
American writing conventions
British " "
"Ditto" originates from the Latin word dictus ("having been said").
"Ditto" is often used as a reply to "I love you". The use of "ditto" as a reply to "I love you" was popularized by Patrick Swayze (Sam) in the film "Ghost" (1990).
Summary of Key Points
Definition for DIDODIDO means "Ditto (i.e. same again)". This is the most common definition for DIDO on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. Here is some more information about DIDO:
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2: Quite easy to guess
Adults and Teenagers
An Image for DIDOWhen I write DIDO, I mean this:
The use of "ditto" as a reply to "I love you" was popularized by the 1990 film Ghost.
Examples of DIDO in SentencesHere is an example of DIDO being used in a conversation:
- Person A: I love you, darling.
- Person B: DIDO
- Person A: Just say "I love you" back!
An Academic Look at DIDODIDO represents the typographic symbol ". In other words, it is a punctuation mark.
What Did We Used To Say?Before the digital era, we would have said "ditto" or "same again" instead of DIDO.
A Text with DIDO
Using DIDO on a Cell Phone (SMS Texts, Whatsapp, and Yubl)