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From Spanish jota.

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Jota

Plural
Jotas

Jota (plural Jotas)
  1. A traditional popular dance of the Iberian peninsula with regional variations.
  2. The music to which this dance is set, normally of 3/4 or 6/8 time.

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From Latin iota.

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Jota f. (plural jotes)

  1. The Latin letter J (lowercase j).

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Jota f. (plural jotes)

  1. A jota. (an Iberian folk dance).
  2. A jota. (music to which a jota is danced)
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Jota c. (plural jota's)

  1. iota, a small amount

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Patrono:Inflected form of

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jota

  1. Partitive singular form of joka.
  2. Patrono:Relative who, which, that.
    • Nainen, jota en näe,...
      • The woman (who/that) I don't see...
  3. Patrono:Relative who(m), which, that.
    • Nainen, jota varten ostin kukkia,...
      • The woman for whom I bought flowers... / The woman (that/who) I bought flowers for...

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Jota m.

  1. jay (name of the letter J, j)


This Portuguese entry was created from the translations listed at jay. It may be less reliable than other entries, and may be missing parts of speech or additional senses. Please also see Jota in the Portuguese Wiktionary. This notice will be removed when the entry is checked. (more information) November 2009


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From Latin iota, from Ancient Greek ἰῶτα (iota).

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Jota f. (plural Jotas)

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Jota f.

Plural
Jotas f.

  1. jot; iota
  2. the name of the letter j
  3. a jack in a deck of cards

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Jota f. (plural Jotas)

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Jota f.

Plural
Jotas f.

  1. Patrono:Mexico gay male
    Example: "¡Ay que jota!"
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From older xota, from Patrono:Mxi[[Category:es:Patrono:Mxi derivations|Jota]] *šáwta, from Latin saltō (I dance).

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Jota f. (plural Jotas)

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Jota f.

Plural
Jotas f.

  1. A jota. (an Iberian folk dance).
  2. A jota. (music to which a jota is danced)

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jota n.

  1. a very small amount

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Almost exclusively used in the expression inte ett jota ("not the slightest", "not at all" or "nothing")

es:jota fr:jota gl:jota hr:jota lt:jota pl:jota pt:jota ru:jota sl:jota fi:jota sv:jota vi:jota

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