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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

jotdʒɒt(v.; n.)jot•ted, jot•ting

  1. (v.t.)to write or mark down quickly or briefly (usu. fol. by down)

  2. (n.)the least amount; a little bit

Origin of jot:

1520–30; earlier iot, iote < L iōta < Gk iôtaiota

jot′ter(n.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. jotter(noun)

    a small notebook for rough notes

Wiktionary

  1. jotter(Noun)

    A memorandum book.

  2. jotter(Noun)

    Someone who jots.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Jotter(noun)

    one who jots down memoranda

  2. Jotter(noun)

    a memorandum book

Freebase

  1. Jotter

    The Parker Jotter is the Parker Pen Company's first and bestselling retracting refillable ballpoint pen. Later they added a fountain pen, mechanical pencil and rollerball pen that match its design. As with many other ballpoint pens, it can be turned into gel pen if its cartridge is changed. Since 1954, over 750 million have been sold worldwide. Its refill, called T-Ball, is the first textured ballpoint and is now a standard in the industry. Also, the external design of the T-Ball is a standard design for many brands of refillable pens.


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

jotter(noun)

a notebook or notepad, especially used in school.

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