[jeym-zee-uh n] /ˈdʒeɪm zi ən/
of, relating to, or characteristic of the novelist Henry or his writings.
of, relating to, or characteristic of William or his philosophy.
a student or follower of Henry or William .
relating to or characteristic of Henry James or his brother, William James
“of or in the mode of James,” 1875 in reference to William James (1842-1910) U.S. philosopher and exponent of pragmatism; 1905 in reference to his brother Henry James (1843-1916), U.S. expatriate novelist.
- James II
noun 1. 1633–1701, king of England, Ireland, and Scotland 1685–88 (son of Charles I of England). noun 1. 1430–60, king of Scotland (1437–60), son of James I 2. 1633–1701, king of England, Ireland, and, as James VII, of Scotland (1685–88); son of Charles I. His pro-Catholic sympathies and arbitrary rule caused the Whigs and Tories […]
- James III
noun 1. . noun 1. 1451–88, king of Scotland (1460–88), son of James II
- James iv
noun 1. 1473–1513, king of Scotland (1488–1513); he invaded England (1496) in support of Perkin Warbeck; he was killed at Flodden
- James k polk
[pohk] /poʊk/ noun 1. James Knox, 1795–1849, the 11th president of the U.S. 1845–49. /pəʊk/ noun 1. James Knox. 1795–1849, US statesman; 11th president of the US (1845–49). During his administration, Texas and territory now included in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and California were added to the Union