As nouns the difference between jacobin and jacobinism
is that jacobin
is jacobin while jacobinism
is the principles of the jacobins; violent opposition to legitimate government.
As an adjective jacobin
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A Dominican friar.
A member of a radical French political club founded (at an old Jacobin convent) in 1789 and one of the driving forces of the French Revolution.
*2002 , , The Great Nation , Penguin 2003, p. 429-30:
*:The Jacobins acted as a left-of-centre parliamentary pressure group, spending much of their time in coordinating the following day's business in the Assembly.
By extension, a political radical.
A breed of domestic pigeon (known for its feathered hood over its head).
*Collins Shorter English Dictionary
*Napoleon - a biography by Frank McLynn Pages 209-10, 212, 213, 220,221,222,224,233,
The principles of the Jacobins; violent opposition to legitimate government.
- Under this new stimulus, Burn's previous Jacobitism passed towards the opposite, but not very distant, extreme of Jacobinism . — J. C. Shairp.