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From Latin iōta from ἰῶτα (iōta).

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Singular
Jot

Plural
Jots

Jot (plural Jots)
  1. An iota; a point; a tittle; the smallest particle.

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Infinitive
to Jot

Third person singular
Jots

Simple past
jotted

Past participle
jotted

Present participle
jotting

to Jot (third-person singular simple present Jots, present participle jotting, simple past and past participle jotted)
  1. (usually with "down"): To write quickly.
    Tell me your order, so I can jot it down.
  2. (usually with "over"): To go quickly.
    Just jot over there to the US Space and Rocket Center and give it a look.

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ast:jot fr:jot io:jot it:jot kn:jot ml:jot ja:jot ta:jot te:jot vo:jot wo:jot zh:jot

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