Jacob Evertson, noun phrase

Forms:
Jacob Eversson, Jacob EvertShow more Also Jacob Eversson, Jacob Evert, Jacob Evertsen, Jacop Evertsen, Jakob Evertsen.
Origin:
See quotation 1731.
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1. An early form of Jacopever: a. The Jacopever (sense 1 a), Helicolenus dactylopterus. b. The Jacopever (sense 1 b), Sebastes capensis. c. The Jacopever (sense 1 c), Trachyscorpia capensis.
[1727 J.G. Scheuchzer tr. of E. Kaempfer’s Hist. of Japan I. 136Ara is what the Dutch in the Indies call Jacobs Ewertz.]
1972 [see sancord].
2. With qualifying word: bastard Jacob Evertson, (a) The Jacopever (sense 1 b), Sebastes capensis; (b) Kyphosus spp.; see also blue fish sense 2.
1887 S.W. Silver & Co.’s Handbk to S. Afr. 183Squammipennes. Pimelepterus fuscus...Bastard Jacob Evertsen...Flesh well favoured. Caught in Simon’s Bay, &c.
1913 C. Pettman Africanderisms 423Sancord, Sebastes maculatus. Known as the bastard Jakob Evertsen.
The Jacopever (sense 1 a), Helicolenus dactylopterus.
The Jacopever (sense 1 b), Sebastes capensis.
The Jacopever (sense 1 c), Trachyscorpia capensis.
The Jacopever (sense 1 b), Sebastes capensis;
Kyphosus spp.;

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