noun, plural dis·ir [dee-sir] /ˈdi sɪr/. Scandinavian Mythology.
Origin of dis1
Definition for dis (2 of 10)
verb (used with object), dissed, dis·sing.
Origin of dis2
Definition for dis (3 of 10)
noun Classical Mythology.
Definition for dis (4 of 10)
Definition for dis (5 of 10)
Origin of di2
Definition for dis (6 of 10)
Definition for dis (7 of 10)
Definition for dis (8 of 10)
Origin of dis-1
Definition for dis (9 of 10)
Definition for dis (10 of 10)
dis aliter visum
Examples from the Web for dis
Though, when they dis them, they also often confess to having loved them as kids.
Dis de kinder place you fix up fer dat boy, an' him de onliest one you got!Gabriel Tolliver|Joel Chandler Harris
Dis à maman que tu vas pleurer si elle te quitte ce soir—qu'il faut qu'elle vienne t'écouler dire la prière.The Letter of the Contract|Basil King
One day erbout three mont's ergo, dis yer lady come en she des wheedled me ter let her in.The Crossing|Winston Churchill
Us saved our washin' money and bought de place, and dis is de last of three houses on dis spot.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves|Work Projects Administration
It just like dis, dere ain' nothin gwine shine dat floor en make it smell like I want it to, but soap en water.Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves|Work Projects Administration