Beard obliged by tearing off a piece of his tattered shirtsleeve and jotting down the ingredients.
You may re member better by jotting them down in order of the beds, with names and a brief comment on each patient.
He stopped by Jeff Arnold, who was jotting down figures from the chrono.
Suzanne took all this in, jotting notes on an old-fashioned spiral-bound shirt-pocket notebook.
Of one of these characteristic tanks I have made a jotting in colour.
“Just so,” said Tipps, jotting down with a pencil on the back of a letter.
I made a jotting from recollection, so I will put it in here.
Then, jotting them down, he called Havana and some mysterious person and asked for the winning numbers.
Kettlewell ran it down quickly and she nodded, jotting notes.
The conductor had taken out a memorandum book and was jotting down something.
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.