stemming from the greek, latin and fife root jutt, meaning booklet or notepad. used in modern english mainly by primary or high school teachers born and raised in fife, to descibe what are now named a "jotter".
"right then everyone, get yer jutters out please. pensch, notsch and national test jutters. pay attention." mr k clark
by Andy McFarland July 15, 2004
Someone who jutters is someone who pulls away from a deeper meaning conversation due to becoming defensive or touchy about a subject.
"I tried to console him, but he juttered away"
by IrumIrate July 27, 2013