SEV Biblia, Chapter 25:25 Y salió el primero bermejo, y todo él velludo como una pelliza; y llamaron su nombre Esaú.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 25:25 Verse 25. Red, all over like a hairy garment] This simply means that he was covered all over with red hair or down; and that this must be intended here is sufficiently evident from another part of his history, where Rebekah, in order to make her favourite son Jacob pass for his brother Esau, was obliged to take the skins of kids, and put them upon his hands and on the smooth part of his neck.
They called his name Esau.] It is difficult to assign the proper meaning of the original w[ esau or esav; if we derive it from h[ asah it must signify made, performed, and, according to some, perfected; esa in Arabic signifies to make firm or hard, and also to come to man's estate, to grow old. Probably he had this name from his appearing to be more perfect, robust, &c., than his brother.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 19-26 - Isaac seems not to have been much tried, but to have spent his days in quietness. Jacob and Esau were prayed for; their parents, after being long childless, obtained them by prayer. The fulfilment of God' promise is always sure, yet it is often slow. The faith of believers is tried, their patience exercised, and mercies long waited for are mor welcome when they come. Isaac and Rebekah kept in view the promise of all nations being blessed in their posterity, therefore were not onl desirous of children, but anxious concerning every thing which seeme to mark their future character. In all our doubts we should inquire of the Lord by prayer. In many of our conflicts with sin and temptation we may adopt Rebekah's words, "If it be so, why am I thus?" If a chil of God, why so careless or carnal? If not a child of God, why so afrai of, or so burdened with sin?
Original Hebrew ויצא 3318 הראשׁון 7223 אדמוני 132 כלו 3605 כאדרת 155 שׂער 8181 ויקראו 7121 שׁמו 8034 עשׂו׃ 6215