What is dot?

  • (noun): A very small circular shape.
    Synonyms: point
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on dot:

List Of East Enders Characters (2002) - Doris Moisey
... Jim and even starts going to his house to see him while his wife Dot (June Brown) is away ... She sends Jim a Valentine's day card, and intercepts Dot's card in the post, making Jim think that Dot has forgotten their anniversary ... When Jim hurts his back, Doris gives him a massage on his bed, only to be interrupted by Dot returning home ...
List Of East Enders Characters (2001) - Tom Stuart
... is conducting the wedding ceremony of Dot (June Brown) and Jim Branning (John Bardon) on Valentine's Day 2002 ... he is earlier seen in December 2001 talking to Dot and Jim right after Dot returns from a visit to Nigel ... He also occasionally appears when Dot attends church meetings and suchlike ...
List Of East Enders Characters (2005) - Reverend Stevens
... Reverend Stevens occasionally visits Dot Branning (June Brown) to discuss her faith, including following the death of her friend Pauline and Dot's struggle when she takes on the responsibility of ... In December 2008 he returns, after Dot donates a substantial amount of money to have the church roof repaired ... He feels it is his need to investigate whether Dot has donated from her own life savings but she does not want to make a fuss ...
Spirit Of The Age
... This repeated sound is the Morse Code for SOS (dot-dot-dot,dash-dash-dash,dot-dot-dot) ...
List Of East Enders Characters (2003) - Edwin Caldecott
... Edwin goads Jim into one final match, which his wife Dot (June Brown) and granddaughter Sonia Jackson (Natalie Cassidy) advise him against ... Dot decides to let Jim think he'd won afterwards ...

More definitions of "dot":

  • (verb): Make a dot or dots.
  • (verb): Mark with a dot.
    Example: "Dot your 'i's"
  • (noun): The shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code.
    Synonyms: dit
  • (verb): Scatter or intersperse like dots or studs.
    Synonyms: stud, constellate