Meaning of Jacobinic in English:


Pronunciation /dʒakəˈbɪnɪk/


See Jacobin

‘The nursery rhyme ‘Frere Jacques’ probably refers to a playful group of Jacobinic monks who often overslept.’
  • ‘From the French revolution we have inherited the Jacobinic thought that the nation, this loose cultural community, should become an homogeneous mass gathered within a territory and subject to a centrally-ruled state.’