[jak-uh-bee-uh n] /ˌdʒæk əˈbi ən/
of or relating to James I of England or to his period.
noting or pertaining to the style of architecture and furnishings prevailing in England in the first half of the 17th century, continuing the Elizabethan style with a gradual introduction of Italian models in architecture and increased elaboration of forms and motifs in furnishings.
of or relating to the style of literature and drama produced during the early 17th century.
a writer, statesman, or other personage of the Jacobean period.
(history) characteristic of or relating to James I of England or to the period of his rule (1603–25)
of or relating to the style of furniture current at this time, characterized by the use of dark brown carved oak
denoting, relating to, or having the style of architecture used in England during this period, characterized by a combination of late Gothic and Palladian motifs
any writer or other person who lived in the reign of James I
1770, literally “of James” (king or apostle), later especially “of the literary and architectural style of the time of James I” (1844). See James.
noun 1. a bulbous plant, Sprekelia formosissima, of the amaryllis family, native to Mexico, bearing a large, bright-red flower.
[jak-uh-bee-thuh n] /ˌdʒæk əˈbi θən/ adjective 1. noting or pertaining to the architecture of England at the beginning of the 17th century.
/dʒəˈkəʊbɪən/ noun 1. (maths) a function from n equations in n variables whose value at any point is the n x n determinant of the partial derivatives of those equations evaluated at that point
[jak-uh-bin] /ˈdʒæk ə bɪn/ noun 1. (in the French Revolution) a member of a radical society or club of revolutionaries that promoted the Reign of Terror and other extreme measures, active chiefly from 1789 to 1794: so called from the Dominican convent in Paris, where they originally met. 2. an extreme radical, especially in politics. […]