[juh-koh-bee; for 2 also German yah-koh-bee]
- Abraham,1830–1919, U.S. pediatrician, born in Germany.
- Karl Gus·tav Ja·kob [kahrl goo s-tahf yah-kawp] /kɑrl ˈgʊs tɑf ˈyɑ kɔp/, 1804–51, German mathematician.
- Mary Corinna (Putnam),1842–1906, U.S. physician (wife of Abraham Jacobi).
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At the heart of the show, Jacobi is stellar as Claudius, who learns to play up his physical failings to mask his own intelligence.PBS’ ‘I, Claudius’ Still Captivates With its Taut Drama
March 27, 2012
India-rubber had been tried by Jacobi, the Russian electrician, as far back as 1811.Heroes of the Telegraph
Perhaps he was just a coward like Jacobi or a beaten bully like Shad.
Flynn and Jacobi, the men Peter had sent away, were radicals and agitators.
Some of them had enunciated Bolshevist doctrines as wild as any of Flynn's or Jacobi's.
Flynn's jaw worked and his glance passed from Jacobi to Wells.
- (dʒæˈkəʊbɪ) Sir Derek (George). born 1938, British actor
- (German jaˈkoːbi) Karl Gustav Jacob (karl ˈɡʊstaf ˈjaːkɔp). 1804–51, German mathematician. Independently of N. H. Abel, he discovered elliptic functions (1829). He also made important contributions to the study of determinants and differential equations
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- German-born American physician who established a children's clinic in New York (1860) and is considered the founder of American pediatrics. His wife, Mary Corinna Putnam Jacobi (1842-1906), also a physician, helped expand opportunities for women in medical education.