a male given name, French form of or .
[zhahk baw-nawm] /ʒɑk bɔˈnɔm/ noun 1. the contemptuous title given by the nobles to the peasants in the revolt of the Jacquerie in 1358 and adopted by the peasants in subsequent revolts.
- Jacques cartier
[kahr-tee-ey; French kar-tyey] /ˈkɑr tiˌeɪ; French karˈtyeɪ/ noun 1. Sir George Étienne [zhawrzh ey-tyen] /ʒɔrʒ eɪˈtyɛn/ (Show IPA), 1814–73, Canadian political leader: prime minister 1857–62, defense minister 1867–73. 2. Jacques [zhahk] /ʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1491–1557, French navigator and explorer of Canada: discovered the St. Lawrence River. /French kartje/ noun 1. Jacques (ʒɑk). 1491–1557, French navigator […]
- Jacques cousteau
[koo-stoh] /kuˈstoʊ/ noun 1. Jacques Yves [zhahk eev] /ʒɑk iv/ (Show IPA), 1910–97, French naval officer, author, and underseas explorer: developed the Aqua-Lung.
- Jacques montgolfier
[mont-gol-fee-er; French mawn-gawl-fyey] /mɒntˈgɒl fi ər; French mɔ̃ gɔlˈfyeɪ/ noun 1. Jacques Étienne [zhahk ey-tyen] /ʒɑk eɪˈtyɛn/ (Show IPA), 1745–99, and his brother Joseph Michel [zhaw-zef mee-shel] /ʒɔˈzɛf miˈʃɛl/ (Show IPA) 1740–1810, French aeronauts: inventors of the first practical balloon 1783. /mɒntˈɡɒlfɪə; French mɔ̃ɡɔlfje/ noun 1. (obsolete) a hot-air balloon /French mɔ̃ɡɔlfje/ noun 1. Jacques […]