Etymology
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Jacksonian

1824, of or in the character of U.S. politician Andrew Jackson (1767-1845). The surname is recorded from early 14c., literally "Jack's son, son of a man named Jack." Jacksonville, Florida, was renamed for him in 1822 from earlier Cowford, said to be an English translation of a native name wacca pilatka [Room].

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Definitions of Jacksonian
1
Jacksonian (n.)
a follower of Andrew Jackson or his ideas;
2
Jacksonian (adj.)
of or pertaining to Andrew Jackson or his presidency or his concepts of popular democracy;
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