noun \ˈē-(ˌ)s\

Definition of ESAU

:  the elder son of Isaac and Rebekah who sold his birthright to his twin brother Jacob

Origin of ESAU

Latin, from Greek Ēsau, from Hebrew ʽĒsāw
First Known Use: before 12th century


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