Examples from the Web for diss
But with that always comes a few crazies who spend like all their waking time on social media just trying to diss stuff.Norman Reedus: Daryl Doesn’t Need Romance, ‘The Walking Dead’ Isn’t About Erections|Melissa Leon|March 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Kevin Draper, a blogger from The Diss, reached out to Garofalo to ask him to explain his tweet.State Rep Pat Garofalo Says NBA Players Are Criminals|Robert Silverman|March 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The “seven dwarves” is a political “diss” from the 1988 Democratic primary.
Not only did he diss her in several songs, but he played several of her (alleged) voicemails during his Anger Management tour.Paula Broadwell, Eminem, & More Spurned Lovers Who Went Ballistic|Paula Froelich|November 15, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Sealed with a Diss What could be more embarrassing than getting shot down in the bedroom?
"Diss is to-morrer," said Russell, as he waked early one morning.
In 1498 he entered the Church, and became Rector of Diss in his native county.A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature|John W. Cousin
Dot iss a goot vord in diss country vere dere iss no neighbor.North of Fifty-Three|Bertrand W. Sinclair
This was an important addition, the Diss bank having extensive connections in Norfolk and Suffolk.A Comprehensive History of Norwich|A. D. Bayne
Diss iss der bestest thing I've seen since I had idt der Cherman measles, alretty yet.The Border Boys Across the Frontier|Fremont B. Deering
Word Origin for diss
also diss, slang, by 1980, shortening of disrespect or dismiss, originally in U.S. Black English, popularized by hip hop. Related: Dissed; dissing. Earlier it was short for disconnected in the telephone sense and used figuratively in slang to mean "weak in the head" (1925).
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."