disposit ‎(third-person singular simple present disposits, present participle dispositing, simple past and past participle disposited)

  1. (transitive) To deposit.
    • 1952, Frank Twyman, Prism and lens making: a textbook for optical glassworkers
      But the method did not become practicable until Liebig discovered a simple chemical process for dispositing a thin film of silver on a glass surface.
  2. (astrology, transitive) To be located in the house of the sign ruled by the planet. For example, when a planet is in the house Gemini, it disposits Mercury because Mercury is the ruling sign of Gemini.
    • 1983, Rose Lineman, Jan Popelka, Compendium of Astrology
      Venus then indirectly disposits all planets in Leo because these planets are disposited by the Sun, ruler of Leo, and Venus disposits the Sun.