Definition of dis- in English:

dis-

Syllabification: dis-

prefix

1Expressing negation: dislike disquiet
2Denoting reversal or absence of an action or state: dishonor disintegrate
2.1Denoting separation: discharge disengage
2.2Denoting expulsion: disbar disinherit
3Denoting removal of the thing specified: disbud dismember
4Expressing completeness or intensification of an unpleasant or unattractive action: discombobulate disgruntled

Origin

from Latin, sometimes via Old French des-.

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