- adj. Of or relating to Dido
“That Didonian societies were technologically primitive proved nothing; human ones were, until a geologically infinitesimal moment ago, and Terra was an easier globe on which to find lawfulness in nature.”
“And Didonian many-in-one gives us clue to what they became; yes, they may have started that very line of evolution themselves.”
“Jaan has human brain, human body; and in fact, Elders thought mainly in terms of Didonian finding their treasure.”
“But the Didonian was not truly intelligent until its-no, heesh's'three members were joined.”
“Above hung two excellent views, one of a Didonian, one of Aeneas seen from space, tawny-red, green - and blue-mottled, north polar cap as white as the streamers of ice-cloud.”
“However, I wouldn't suppose a Didonian exactly enjoys losing a unit; and heesh must have the usual desire to avoid pain.”
“The xenologists must have worked out different pidgins for the different linguistic families: noises that a Terran epiglottis can wrap itself around, on a semantic pattern that a Didonian can comprehend.”
“Under the influence of noga and krippo, the Didonian had actually begun looking forward to adventuring in his service.”
“Given scientific direction, the inborn Didonian adaptability showed quick results.”
“Didonian societies vary as much as ever Terran ones did.”
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