• My guess would be that "disattisfaction" was a misspelling of "dissatisfaction" and you made up the word "attisfaction" as a back-formation from that.
  • I can't get none of that.
  • My guess is that the word should say 'dis-satisfaction' (a single 't' and double 's' - not the other way round) and the hyphen is important to be able to read it sensibly. It means that a person is not 'satisfied' about something. Satisfaction comes from the words 'to be satisfied'. Dis-satisfied means NOT satisfied.
  • It looks to me as if it should be read as dis-satisfaction (which would mean not satisfied).

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