Jot ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Jot ( verb )

  1. To write quickly or briefly.
  2. To make a short, hasty note of something.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english gēotan; akin to old high german jezzen to pour out, latin jactare to throw.

Examples:

  1. I'll just jot down your phone number.
  2. Jot down the address before you forget it.
  3. She jotted down a quick reminder.
  4. I'm just going to jot this down for later.
  5. Jot down a few notes about the meeting.

(As a noun)

Jot ( noun )

  1. To write quickly or briefly.
  2. To make a short, hasty note of something.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english gēotan; akin to old high german jezzen to pour out, latin jactare to throw.

Examples:

  1. I'll just jot down your phone number.
  2. Jot down the address before you forget it.
  3. She jotted down a quick reminder.
  4. I'm just going to jot this down for later.
  5. Jot down a few notes about the meeting.
Some random words: impala, hoax, stride