Fido was the name of Abraham Lincoln's dog. He left Fido behind in Springfield (Illinois) in the care of another family when he went to Washington D.C. to take the Presidency. Fido died shortly after Lincoln was assassinated.
Fido is a latin word meaning "I trust"Answer .According to my friend, who's dog was named Fido, and whom he got when stationed in Germany, Fido is an Italian name for a dog. During WWII it is said that a man had a German Shepard whose name was Fido. Everyday when the man would go to work, he would take his faithful Fido with him to the bus stop. In the evenings Fido would greet him at the bus stop and they would walk home together. Then the man had to go to war. Three years later the man returned home to the bus stop only to find his faithful, loving Fido there to greet him! Not sure of it's authenticity, but a great story non-the-less!
I'm not so sure that it is, at least in the US.
Everyone in our family has always had dogs, as have all of my friends and not one dog was ever named Fido or even something similar.
My grandfather who was an Iowa farmer had a series of dogs named Fido as did our neighbors to the east. Perhaps it's an Iowa farm name.
Since the origin of firehouses, dogs were mascots. All firehouses named their resident dog, "firehouse dog". Where's the "firehouse dog"? was truncated to "where's Fido"?
The truncation quickly spread to the general population and was widely used. I haven't heard it used for the last 60 years.
Fido in latin can be translated as faithful, as dogs are considered to be. For cats Felix can be translated as happy or independent.
Type your answer here... Louis Prima "I wanna be like you" from Jungle Book Nope. It's an original track composed for the 30s. But they created a long version out of it. Pretty good actually !
La Arrolladora, Horoscopos, Roberto Tapia, El Comander, El Jaguar, Conjunto Primavera, Montez de Durango, Alexis y Fido, German Montero, Tucanes de Tijuana and more....
Some of the notable top Reggaeton artists of 2009 include Wisin Yandel, Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, Tito El Bambino, Tony Dize, Arcangel, Plan B, Zion y Lennox, Franco El Gorilla and Alexis y Fido.
Some of my favorite Reggaeton songs right now (June 2009) are... 1. Reggaeton Latino- Don Omar 2. Paso a Paso- La Hill 3. Amor- Baby Ranks 4. Felina- Hector Y Tito 5. Tu- Nicky Jam 6. Causa Y Efecto- Paulina Rubio Featuring Angel Y Khriz 7. Que Tengo Que Hacer- Daddy Yankee Featuring Jowell And Randy 8. Ojos Que No Ven- Alexis And Fido 9. Abusadora (La Revelucion)- Wisin y Yandel 10. Dale ma- Kaltri 11. Ahora Que Es- Zion Y Lennox 12. Se Le Ve- Eloy 13. Hasta la Loca- Jowell 14. Que Lo Que- J Alvarez 15. Digale-Trebol Clan 16. Talento de Barrio- Daddy Yankee 17. How We Roll- Don Omar 18. De Que Vale (A Mi Estilo)- MJ 19. Rompe- Daddy Yankee 20. Varon- Buscame Well, these are my favorite picks that I would put on a "Reggaeton Party" CD. Hope this helps. Keep on enjoying Reggaeton!!!
Handel was writing music during an era known as the 'Baroque'. Music from this time was characterised by the use of tonal idioms rather than the older modal ones, a propensity for contrapuntal texture, and the ever-ubiquitous use of the basso continuo. Handel's style in particular is notable for its dramatic depth, grandeur and deceptive simplicity. He wrote mainly for the stage, so much of his music is easy to listen to and understand, and he had a keen feeling for the vocal line. A list of compostions follows, with year of composition in brackets: Almira (1705), Florindo (1708), Rodrigo (1707), Agrippina (1709), Rinaldo (1711), Il pastor fido (1712), Teseo (1713), Amadigi di Gaula (1715), Acis and Galatea (1718), Radamisto (1720), Muzio Scevola (1721), Floridante (1721), Ottone (1723), Flavio (1723), Giulio Cesare (1724), Tamerlano (1724), Rodelinda (1725), Scipione (1726), Alessandro (1726), Admeto (1727), Riccardo Primo (1727), Siroe (1728), Tolomeo (1728), Lotario (1729), Partenope (1730), Poro (1731), Ezio (1732), Sosarme (1732), Orlando (1733), Arianna in Creta (1734), Oreste (1734), Ariodante (1735), Alcina (1735), Atalanta (1736), Arminio (1737), Giustino (1737), Berenice (1737), Alessandro Severo (1738), Faramondo (1738), Serse (1738), Giove in Argo (1739), Imeneo (1740), Deidamia (1741) and Semele (1744)
honey and fido
You can name your dog anything, but common names are: Max, Fido, Stella, Cocoa, Mutt, Sam, Bingo, Spot, Chase, and Rufus, etc.
spot, fido, sammy, shadow, lulu, daffodil, patches, cocoa, buttercup, sasha, max, fifi, bruiser, and spike.
Fido was the name of Abraham Lincoln's dog. He left Fido behind in Springfield (Illinois) in the care of another family when he went to Washington D.C. to take the Presidency. Fido died shortly after Lincoln was assassinated. Answer Fido is a latin word meaning "I trust"
Max, Fido, and Buddy are good ones.
The most common is "fidelity".
Fluffy, Spike, Flappy, Fido, Spot,just to name a few.
depends on what gender, and what names you like. for example, if it's a boy dog, you could name if Fido.
dog is a noun, Fido (his name) is a proper noun