Meaning of AMISS in English

predic.adj. & adv.

--predic.adj. wrong; out of order; faulty (knew something was amiss).

--adv. wrong; wrongly; inappropriately (everything went amiss).

Phrases and idioms:

take amiss be offended by (took my words amiss).

Etymology: ME prob. f. ON {agrave} mis so as to miss f. {agrave} on + mis rel. to MISS(1)

Oxford English vocab.      Оксфордский английский словарь.