Meaning of submiss in English:

submiss

Pronunciation /səbˈmɪs/

adjective

archaic, rare
  • Submissive; characterized by humility and readiness to obey. Of a person.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in John Foxe (?1517–1587), martyrologist. From classical Latin submissus (also summissus) low in position, (of the voice or a sound) not loud, low, (of a person) humble, submissive, servile, use as adjective of past participle of submittere submit.