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Etymology 1[edit]

Proper noun[edit]


  1. An English patronymic surname derived from Jacob.
Derived terms[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

Cockney rhyming slang - Jacob's Cream Crackers (a brand of crackers) = knackers

Alternative forms[edit]


Jacobs pl (plural only)

  1. (Britain, slang) Testicles (sometimes spelt Jacob's).
    • 2004, Sherna Noah, "Joe's jungle 'experience'", The Birmingham Post, 8 December 2004:
      He has also provided some of the show's funniest moments - when enjoying a bath with Three Degrees star Sheila Ferguson he told her: 'I'm comfortable with anything, love, but you don't want to see my 'Jacobs' hanging out.'
    • 2005 July 2, Mikefule [username], “Re: Nut buster seat”, in rec.sport.unicycling, Usenet[1]:
      I used to have a Velo seat, which is pretty similar to the KH in design, and I got rid of it for the same reason. The padding was so deep and spongey that my Jacobs used to float to the top as I rode along.
    • 2008 November 25, Baldoni, “Re: Amazing...”, in alt.sports.soccer.manchester.united, Usenet[2]:
      Horseshit every match matters and Alex Ferguson would drag his players out of the club by their Jacobs if they made such a statement.
    • For more examples of usage of this term, see Citations:Jacobs.


Proper noun[edit]


  1. A surname​.