Definition of Esau in English:

Esau

Syllabification: E·sau
Pronunciation: /ˈēsô
 
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(In the Bible) the elder of the twin sons of Isaac and Rebecca, who sold his birthright to his brother Jacob and was tricked out of his father’s blessing by his brother (Gen. 25, 27).

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