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Dis

 (dĭs)
n. Roman Mythology
1. The god of the underworld; Pluto.
2. The underworld.

[Latin Dīs, from variant of dīves, wealthy (from the belief that the underworld was the source of wealth from the ground); see dyeu- in Indo-European roots.]

dis

or diss  (dĭs)
tr.v. dissed, diss·ing, diss·es Informal
To show disrespect to, often by insult or criticism: "[The network] is often dissed for going after older, less demographically desirable viewers" (Michael McWilliams).

[African American Vernacular English, short for disrespect.]

dis

(dɪs)
vb
a variant spelling of diss

Dis

(dɪs)
n
1. (Classical Myth & Legend) Also called: Orcus or Pluto the Roman god of the underworld
2. (Classical Myth & Legend) the abode of the dead; underworld
Greek equivalent: Hades

dis

(dɪs)
v. dissed, dis•sing,
n. Slang. v.t.
1. to show disrespect for.
2. to belittle.
n.
3. disparagement; criticism.
[1980–85, Amer.; from dis-1 extracted from such words as disrespect and disparage]

Dis

(dɪs)

n.
the ruler of the underworld in ancient Roman belief.

dis-1

,
a prefix occurring orig. in loanwords from Latin with the meanings “apart, asunder” (disperse; dissociate; dissolve ); now frequent in French loanwords and English coinages having a privative, negative, or reversing force relative to the base noun, verb, or adjective: disability; disarm; disconnect; dishearten; dishonest; dislike; disobey.
Compare di-2, dif-.
[< Latin (akin to bis, Greek dís twice); often replacing des- < Old French]

dis-2

,
var. of di- 1 before s: dissyllable.

DIS

the Disney Channel (a cable television channel).

dis


Past participle: dised
Gerund: dising

Imperative
dis
dis
Present
I dis
you dis
he/she/it dises
we dis
you dis
they dis
Preterite
I dised
you dised
he/she/it dised
we dised
you dised
they dised
Present Continuous
I am dising
you are dising
he/she/it is dising
we are dising
you are dising
they are dising
Present Perfect
I have dised
you have dised
he/she/it has dised
we have dised
you have dised
they have dised
Past Continuous
I was dising
you were dising
he/she/it was dising
we were dising
you were dising
they were dising
Past Perfect
I had dised
you had dised
he/she/it had dised
we had dised
you had dised
they had dised
Future
I will dis
you will dis
he/she/it will dis
we will dis
you will dis
they will dis
Future Perfect
I will have dised
you will have dised
he/she/it will have dised
we will have dised
you will have dised
they will have dised
Future Continuous
I will be dising
you will be dising
he/she/it will be dising
we will be dising
you will be dising
they will be dising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dising
you have been dising
he/she/it has been dising
we have been dising
you have been dising
they have been dising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dising
you will have been dising
he/she/it will have been dising
we will have been dising
you will have been dising
they will have been dising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dising
you had been dising
he/she/it had been dising
we had been dising
you had been dising
they had been dising
Conditional
I would dis
you would dis
he/she/it would dis
we would dis
you would dis
they would dis
Past Conditional
I would have dised
you would have dised
he/she/it would have dised
we would have dised
you would have dised
they would have dised
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Noun1.Dis - god of the underworld; counterpart of Greek Pluto
Translations
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dis

, diss
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