noun, plural jo·tas [hoh-tuh z; Spanish haw-tahs] /ˈhoʊ təz; Spanish ˈhɔ tɑs/.
Origin of jota
Examples from the Web for jota
Historical Examples of jota
Outside of Andalusia, the most famous dance is the Aragonese jota.Things seen in Spain
C. Gasquoine Hartley
The jota that evening appeared to be a very sedate kind of dance.
Presently he was playing a jota and demanded that somebody should dance.
The jota is the most common of Spanish dances, as the waltz used to be with us.
The jota has a beat which is partly the beat of the bar, partly that of the phrase.
Word Origin for jota
Spanish folk dance; by 1846, of uncertain etymology.