Dis

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Dis or DIS may refer to:

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Places[edit]

  • Abu Dis, a Palestinian town in the Jerusalem Governorate
  • Ad Dis, a village in eastern Yemen
  • Ad Dis District, a district of the Hadhramaut Governorate, Yemen
  • Dolisie Airport (IATA airport code), in the Republic of the Congo

Religion, mythology, and fiction[edit]

  • Dis (Divine Comedy), the fictional city in The Divine Comedy that contains the lower circles of hell and alternate name for Lucifer
  • Dis Pater, predecessor of Pluto in Roman Mythology and ancestor of the Gauls according to Roman thought
    • Pluto (deity), the ruler of the underworld in classical mythology
  • Dís, a ghost, spirit or deity associated with fate in Norse mythology
  • Dís (Middle-earth), a female Dwarf from J. R. R. Tolkien's universe

Science[edit]

  • Dis (skipper), a genus of skipper butterflies in the family Hesperiidae
  • Deep inelastic scattering, which occurs when two particles scatter and one breaks up into its constituents
  • Grotella dis, a species of moth in the genus Grotella, of the family Noctuidae

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See also[edit]

  • "City of Dis", a song by Brazilian thrash metal band Sepultura from their 2006 release Dante XXI
  • "Chambers of Dis", a song by Florida death metal band Morbid Angel from their 1998 release Formulas Fatal to the Flesh
  • "Dis oui" ("Say yes"), Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1998
  • "Dis rien" ("Say nothing"), Monegasque entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1962
  • Dis-moi qui tuer (Tell Me Whom to Kill), a 1965 French drama film directed by Etienne Périer
  • D (German nomenclature), a musical note
  • Abu-Dis, a CD album of remixes by Muslimgauze of other artists' material
  • Diss, a town in England
  • Diss track