disport definition by Webster's New World
Origin: Middle English disporten, to bear, support ; from Old French desporter ; from des- (see dis-) plush porter ; from Classical Latin portare, to carry: see port
disport definition by American Heritage Dictionary
verb dis·port·ed, dis·port·ing, dis·ports verb, intransitive
- To amuse (oneself) in a light, frolicsome manner.
- To display.
Origin: Middle English disporten, from Old French desporter, to divert : des-, apart; see dis- + porter, to carry (from Latin portāre; see port5).