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Dida may refer to:
- Edvaldo Alves de Santa Rosa (1934–2002), former Brazilian football player famous in the 1950s and 1960s
- André Amade (born 1983), Brazilian mixed martial artist
- Dida (footballer, born 1973), real name Nélson de Jesus Silva, a Brazilian goalkeeper
- Dida language, a Kru language, or two languages, spoken in Côte d'Ivoire
- Dida Diafat (born 1970), Frenchman who became a world champion in Thai kickboxing
- DiDA, the Diploma in Digital Applications
- Drug Industry Document Archive, the Drug Industry Document Archive at the University of California, San Francisco, Library
- "Dida", a song by Joan Baez from her 1974 album Gracias a la Vida
- Dida (moth), a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family
- Dida of Eynsham, a 7th-century sub-king of the Mercian territory
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