[jak-uh-bahyt] /ˈdʒæk əˌbaɪt/
a partisan or adherent of James II of England after his overthrow (1688), or of the Stuarts.
a member of the Syrian Monophysitic church, which was founded in the 6th century a.d. and was governed by the patriarch of Antioch.
(Brit, history) an adherent of James II after his overthrow in 1688, or of his descendants in their attempts to regain the throne
a member of the Monophysite Church of Syria, which became a schismatic church in 451 ad
noun 1. an English drinking glass of the late 17th or early 18th century, engraved with Jacobite mottoes and symbols.
- Jacobite rebellion
noun the Jacobite Rebellion 1. (Brit, history) the unsuccessful Jacobite rising of 1715 led by James Francis Edward Stuart 2. the last Jacobite rising (1745-46) led by Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, which after initial successes was crushed at Culloden
- Jacob riis
[rees] /ris/ noun 1. Jacob August, 1849–1914, U.S. journalist and social reformer, born in Denmark.
- Jacob s coxey
[kok-see] /ˈkɒk si/ noun 1. Jacob Sechler [sech-ler] /ˈsɛtʃ lər/ (Show IPA), 1854–1951, U.S. political reformer: led a group of unemployed marchers (Coxey’s army) in 1894 from Ohio to Washington, D.C., to petition Congress for legislation to create jobs and relieve poverty.