- to show disrespect for; affront.
- to disparage; belittle.
- insult or disparagement; criticism.
Origin of dis2
Examples from the Web for dissed
And even as Putin said he supported Yanukovych, he dissed him.Putin Hits Pause
March 4, 2014
Ironically, back in 2008, it was incumbent George W. Bush who was so dissed.Obama and Romney Are Not Giving Voters the ‘Rocky’-Like Spirit They Want
July 10, 2012
The Veep has been ridiculed by many, but to be so dissed by al Qaeda is cold.Bin Laden Leaves Joe Biden Off Hit List, Suggests VP Could Help Bring Down U.S.
May 4, 2012
Because Democrats dissed the Gang of Six, it virtually guarantees that the GOP will bypass it as well.Gang of 6’s Supercommittee Diss
August 10, 2011
Plus, he dissed evangelicals by calling for a “truce” on abortion.For Presidential Hopefuls, a Game of Posturing and Positioning
February 21, 2011
Short "locked up" forms and "dissed" pie, and I busied myself over various jobs.A Girl Among the Anarchists
- a variant spelling of diss
- Also called: Orcus, Pluto the Roman god of the underworld
- the abode of the dead; underworld
Word Origin and History for dissed
Roman underworld god, from Latin Dis, contracted from dives "rich," which is related to divus "divine, god," hence "favored by god." Cf. Pluto and Old Church Slavonic bogatu "rich," from bogu "god."