[jot-ing] /ˈdʒɒt ɪŋ/
the act of a person who .
a quickly written or brief note; memorandum.
verb (used with object), jotted, jotting.
to write or mark down quickly or briefly (usually followed by down):
Jot down his license number.
the least part of something; a little bit:
I don’t care a jot.
not a jot or tittle, not a bit; not at all:
The world situation matters not a jot or tittle to him.
something jotted down
verb jots, jotting, jotted
(transitive) usually foll by down. to write a brief note of
(used with a negative) a little bit (in phrases such as not to care (or give) a jot)
1520s, borrowing of Latin jota, variant spelling of Greek iota “the letter -i-,” the smallest letter in the alphabet, hence the least part of anything.
“to make a short note of,” 1721, from jot (n.). Related: Jotted; jotting.
or Iota, the smallest letter of the Greek alphabet, used metaphorically or proverbially for the smallest thing (Matt. 5:18); or it may be = yod, which is the smallest of the Hebrew letters.
[jot-ing] /ˈdʒɒt ɪŋ/ noun 1. the act of a person who . 2. a quickly written or brief note; memorandum. /ˈdʒɒtɪŋ/ noun 1. something jotted down
[yaw-too n] /ˈyɔ tʊn/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. any of a race of giants frequently in conflict with the gods. /ˈjɔːtʊn/ noun 1. (Norse myth) any of a race of giants n. 1842, a word revived from Old Norse jotunn (see ettin).
[yaw-too n-heym] /ˈyɔ tʊnˌheɪm/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. the outer world, or realm of giants; Utgard. /ˈjɔːtʊnˌheɪm/ noun 1. (Norse myth) the home of the giants in the northeast of Asgard
[zhoo-al, -ahl] /ʒuˈæl, -ˈɑl/ noun 1. any of the nonstandard dialects of Canadian French, characterized by deviations from the standard phonology, morphology, syntax, and vocabulary, and often containing many borrowings from English. /ʒwɑːl/ noun 1. nonstandard Canadian French dialect, esp as associated with ill-educated speakers