, amiss, bis, bliss, Chris, Diss, hiss, kiss, Majlis, miss, piss, reminisce, sis, Swiss, this, vis
•abbess • ibis
•cannabis • arabis • duchess • purchase
•vendace • Charybdis
•demigoddess • Aldiss • jaundice
•de profundis • prejudice • hendiadys
•cowardice • stewardess • preface
• aphis • edifice • benefice
•orifice • artifice • office
•undersurface • haggis • aegis
not quite right; inappropriate or out of place:
there was something amiss about his calculations.
wrongly or inappropriately:
the danger of her loving amiss.
take something amiss
be offended by something that is said, typically through misinterpreting the intentions behind it.
XIII. ME. a mis
, on mis
, prob. — ON. á mis
so as to miss or not to meet, i.e. á
ON, A-1, mis
, rel. to MISS1