female deity, especially one promoting fertility: often used as a suffix on names: Freydis; Hjordis; Thordis.
Other definitions for dis (2 of 7)
to show disrespect for; affront.
to disparage; belittle.
insult or disparagement; criticism.
Other definitions for Dis (3 of 7)
a god of the underworld.
- Also called Dis Pater.
- Compare Pluto.
Other definitions for DIS (4 of 7)
the Disney Channel: a cable television channel.
Other definitions for dis- (5 of 7)
- Also di-.
Other definitions for dis- (6 of 7)
Other definitions for dis. (7 of 7)
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How to use dis in a sentence
Glee actress Lea Michele was seemingly dissed by Jessica Lange on the red carpet.
And even as Putin said he supported Yanukovych, he dissed him.
There was even some unexpected sass, like when she totally dissed Liza Minnelli.Oscars 2014 Best Moments: Lupita Wins, Pink Sings & One Epic Selfie | Kevin Fallon | March 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
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 | Mark McKinnon | July 10, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
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. | Michelle Cottle | May 4, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Short "locked up" forms and "dissed" pie, and I busied myself over various jobs.A Girl Among the Anarchists | Isabel Meredith
British Dictionary definitions for dis (1 of 4)
a variant spelling of diss
British Dictionary definitions for Dis (2 of 4)
Also called: Orcus, Pluto the Roman god of the underworld
the abode of the dead; underworld
- Greek equivalent: Hades
British Dictionary definitions for dis- (3 of 4)
indicating reversal: disconnect; disembark
indicating negation, lack, or deprivation: dissimilar; distrust; disgrace
indicating removal or release: disembowel; disburden
expressing intensive force: dissever
British Dictionary definitions for dis- (4 of 4)
variant of di- 1 dissyllable
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