Where does the word dissolve come from ?! Does that even come from? ^^

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Where does the word dissolve come from ?! Does that even come from? ^^

I had never thought about it before. My mom somehow figured it out and wants to know where it came from. You meant somehow by “dissocial” is that correct?

Does the word even come from anywhere? Isn’t that just an invention ?! ^^

3 answers.

The colloquial verb to dissolve (from the English disrespect, discriminate or discredit derived verb to diss [1]; abbreviation for discredit or discriminate), mainly used by young people, means to put someone down, turn someone on, disrespect or abuse someone. The word has been listed in the spelling dictionary since 2000. [2]

I heard it for the first time in the rap “Jetzt ist gut” from the band Such A Surge: “Do you still enjoy tormenting and dissing me, shitty.” (1998).

Comes from the rapper scene and is a simplification of discriminate or discredit (because these words don’t rhyme and they don’t fit well into the rhythm) 🙂 Meaning “humiliate, make bad”.

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So, my question is actually: is this word colloquial or an invention by Uwe Timm or used in a limited way somewhere? Many thanks for the help.

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