Jacobin definición, Jacobin significado | diccionario de inglés definición

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1    a member of the most radical club founded during the French Revolution, which overthrew the Girondists in 1793 and, led by Robespierre, instituted the Reign of Terror  
2    a leftist or extreme political radical  
3    a French Dominican friar  
4    sometimes not cap   a variety of fancy pigeon with a hood of feathers swept up over and around the head  
5    of, characteristic of, or relating to the Jacobins or their policies  
     (C14: from Old French, from Medieval Latin Jacobinus, from Late Latin Jacobus James; applied to the Dominicans, from the proximity of the church of St Jacques (St James) to their first convent in Paris; the political club originally met in the convent in 1789)  
  Jacobinic, Jacobinical      adj  
  Jacobinically      adv  
  Jacobinism      n  
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Jacobian, Jacobi, Jacobinic, Jacob

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