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Dutch pronunciation is yah-CO-bah.
-- X-Mar  2/18/2006
Also used and Spanish and is the feminine version of Jacobo (Jacob). Spanish version of the French Jacqueline. Pronounced Jah-koh-bah in Spanish.
-- Anonymous User  5/21/2008
Despite the 'a' at the end, this name doesn't really strike me as any more feminine than Jacob.
-- slight night shiver  6/6/2008
You'd better not be saying it JAY kob uh? Ugh!
-- Anonymous User  6/9/2008
In North America this name would be pronounced Jacob-uh. In my opinion Jacob should not have a girl form.
-- italiannames  12/18/2009
I like this with both the English and Dutch pronunciations. As an American I lean slightly towards "ju-KOH-buh" but "ya-KOH-buh" is nice too. This name leaves me with the impression of a pretty young girl.
-- BellamynSora  1/3/2010
Canadian actress Cobie Smulders has Dutch and British descent.
-- MaggieSimpson  1/8/2010
As mentioned above, Canadian actress Jacoba "Cobie" Smulders.
She appears on How I Met Your Mother, as Robin Scherbatsky, Jr. and was in the Broken Lizard film "the Slammin' Salmon" with April Bowlby and Vivica A. Fox.
-- DaphneSusan  12/15/2010
Jacoba Felicie was a midwife in 12th C. Paris who was put on trial for practicing medicine. (women were not allowed to).
-- earthnut  6/2/2016

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