- (biblical) One of the sons of Isaac and Rebecca, and twin brother of Esau; father of the Israelites.
- (given name, male, , ) .
Etymology: From Iacobus < Ancient Greek (polytonic, á) < (Hebr.) (ya'aqov, heel-grabber) < ("akev, heel of the foot). Cognate of James of the New Testament.
- Dutch: Jakob
- French: Jacques
- German: Jakob
- Italian: Giacobbe
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