E'dom (Hebrews Edom', אֵֹדם or אדֵוֹם so called from his red hair, Ge 25:25, or from the red pottage for which he bartered his birthright, verse 30; Sept. Ε᾿δώμ), the later name of Isaac's son, elder twin-brother of Jacob; more frequently called ESAU SEE ESAU (q.v.). SEE OBED-EDOM.

EDOM (Sept. Ι᾿δουμαία) stands also collectively for the Edomites, the posterity of Edom or Esau; and likewise for their country. SEE EDOMITE.

Bible concordance for EDOM.

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