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Esau, right, was famously hirsute, although he is not depicted as particularly so here.

Hirsute means unusually or excessively hairy. Esau from the book of Genesis, the son of Isaac, was notably hirsute;[1] his name means 'hirsute' in Hebrew.


  1. Genesis 25:25 - 'His whole body was like a hairy garment.'