The Correct spelling is: die
Common misspellings of the word die are:
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intr.v., died, dyÂ·ing (dÄ«'Äng), dies.
- To cease living; become dead; expire.
- To cease existing, especially by degrees; fade: The sunlight died in the west.
- To experience an agony or suffering suggestive of that of death: nearly died of embarrassment.
- Informal. To desire something greatly: I am dying for a box of chocolates. She was dying to see the exhibit.
- To cease operation; stop: If your vehicle dies, stay with it.
- To be destroyed, as in combat: could see the remains of two aircraft that had died in the attack.
- To become indifferent: had died to all worldly concerns.
die back Botany.
- To be affected by dieback.
- To lose strength; subside: The winds died down.
- To undergo a sudden, sharp decline in population: Rabbits were dying off in that county.
- To cease living completely; become extinct: tribes and tribal customs that died out centuries ago.
die on the vine
- To take a long time in passing out of existence: racial prejudices that die hard.
- To resist against overwhelming, hopeless odds: radicalism that dies hard.
to die for Informal.
- To fail, as from lack of support, especially at an early stage: a plan that died on the vine.
- Remarkable or highly desirable.
[Middle English dien, probably from Old Norse deyja.]