Definition of Crichton, James in English:

Crichton, James

proper noun

  • (1560–c.1585), Scottish adventurer; known as the Admirable Crichton. Crichton was an accomplished swordsman, poet, and scholar. He served in the French army and made a considerable impression on French and Italian universities with his skills as a polyglot orator.

Pronunciation

Crichton, James

/ˈkrʌɪt(ə)n/