Dys, Dis, and that!
Dysfunctional (dys func tion al) adj., abnormal or unhealthy behavior in a group (family).
Dyslexia (dys lex ia) n., learning disability marked by difficulty in reading, writing and spelling.
Dystrophy (dys tro phy) n., a disorder involving atrophy (decrease in size or wasting away of a bodily part or tissue) of muscular tissue.
Disenfranchise (dis en fran chise) vb., to deprive of a franchise, a legal right, or privilege.
Dissent (dis sent) vb., to differ in opinion.
Disposition (dis po si tion) n., prevailing tendency, mood or inclination.
Dys and Dis are both prefixes.
Say What You Mean. Mean What You Say, and spell it correctly. Know which Dis and Dys your chosen word begins with.