Esau

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See also: Esaú and Esaù

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From Ancient Greek Ἡσαῦ ‎(Hēsaû), from Classical Hebrew עֵשָׂו ‎(ʿēśāw).

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Esau

  1. The son of Isaac and Rebekah and the older twin brother of Jacob.

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Esau

  1. Esau (biblical character)
  2. a male given name