I did look it up before trying to use it; I'm guilty only of transposing 2 letters, thus misspelling it; it's the plural of "dias", I think:
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da·is (dā'ĭs, dī'-) Pronunciation Key
n. A raised platform, as in a lecture hall, for speakers or honored guests.
[Middle English deis, from Anglo-Norman, platform, from Late Latin discus, table, from Latin, discus, quoit; see disk.]
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