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English

From Middle English dis-, borrowed from Old French des-, from Latin dis-, from Proto-Indo-European *dwís.

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Esperanto

Borrowed from Latin dis-, from Proto-Indo-European *dwís.

French

Borrowed from Latin dis-. Compare the inherited dé-.

Ido

Borrowed from Esperanto dis-, from Latin dis-, from Proto-Indo-European *dwís.

Italian

From Latin dis-, from Proto-Indo-European *dwís. See also s-.

Latin

From Proto-Indo-European *dwís. Cognates include Ancient Greek δίς (dís) and Sanskrit द्विस् (dvis).

Spanish

Borrowed from Latin dis-. Compare the inherited des-.