dis-, di-, dif-

(Latin: separation, apart, asunder; removal, away, from; negation, deprivation, undoing, reversal, utterly, completely; in different directions)

The meaning of dis- varies with different words; dif-, assimilated form of dis- before f; di-, form of dis- before b, d, g, l, m, n, r, and v.

disrespectfully (adverb), more disrespectfully, most disrespectfully
disrespectfulness (s) (noun) (no plural)
disrupt, disrupts; disrupted; disrupting (verbs)
1. To throw into confusion, turmoil, or disorder: "Protesters disrupted the candidate's speech."
2. To interrupt, destroy (usually temporarily), or to impede the progress, movement, or procedure of: "Our efforts in the garden were disrupted by an early frost."

"The silence in the library was disrupted when a shelf full of books fell on the floor."

3. To break apart, to disrupt a connection, or to burst: "
disrupted (adjective)
Marked by breaks or gaps; "many routes are unsafe or disrupted".
disruption (s), disruptions (pl) (nouns)
1. The act of causing disorder.
2. An event that results in a displacement or discontinuity.
3. A disorderly outburst or tumult.
4. An act of delaying or interrupting a continuity.
disruptive (adjective)
disruptively (adverb)
dissatisfaction (s) (noun), dissatisfactions (pl)
Discontent or a displeasure with a certain condition: There has been a widespread dissatisfaction with the current political situation.
dissatisfactoriness (s) (noun) (no plural)
An unpleasant condition that is not desired nor acceptable: When Jim went to the hotel, he felt a great deal of dissatisfactoriness about what was offered there when he went to his room.
dissatisfactory (adjective), more dissatisfactory, most dissatisfactory
Relating to not being up to what is expected or desired.
dissatisfiedly (adverb), more dissatisfiedly, most dissatisfiedly
A reference to being unhappy or not content with someone or something: Investors were dissatisfiedly disappointed with the small amounts of returns from their financial shares.
dissatisfiedness (s) (noun) (no plural)
A situation in which one is disappointed or has a lack of contentment with someone or something.
dissatisfy (verb), dissatisfies; dissatisfied; dissatisfying
To fail to meet the needs or desires of someone: James has been dissatisfied with his job and that is why he is looking for employment with another company.
Causing the dispersal or disappearance of a pathologic condition; such as, a tumor or a swelling.
1. To cut and to separate the parts of animal or plant specimens for scientific or medical study.
2. To examine, to analyze, or to criticize a person or subject in minute detail: "We spent some time dissecting the speech made by the senator."