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Jacobean (adj.)

also Jacobian, 1770, literally "of James" (king or apostle), later (1844) especially "of the literary and architectural style of the time of James I," king of England 1603-1625. Supporters of James II after his abdication were called Jacobites (1689).

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Definitions of Jacobean
1
Jacobean (n.)
any distinguished personage during the reign of James I;
2
Jacobean (adj.)
of or relating to James I or his reign or times;
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