Devarim (דברים) is a Hebrew word, which is the last part of the second word (haDevarim) of the book of Deuteronomy, the fifth book of the Torah (the first five books of the Tanach, or Hebrew Bible). It means "[The] Words".
When used as a noun, Devarim might refer to:
- The Hebrew title of the biblical Book of Deuteronomy
- Devarim (parsha), the 44th weekly parsha in the annual Jewish cycle of Torah readings
- Devarim Rabbah is the midrash about the Book of Deuteronomy
- Devarim Zutta is a midrash to Deuteronomy which is no longer extant
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