Jacobean

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From New Latin Jacobaeus

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Jacobean (comparative more Jacobean, superlative most Jacobean)

  1. Relating to a Jacob or James.
  2. Relating to or characteristic of the reign of James VI and I (of Scotland and England).

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Jacobean (plural Jacobeans)

  1. A partisan of James I and of the House of Stuart.

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