noun Deu·ter·on·o·my \ˌdü-tə-ˈrä-nə-mē also ˌdyü-\

Definition of Deuteronomy

  1. :  the fifth book of canonical Jewish and Christian Scripture containing narrative and Mosaic laws — see bible table

Origin and Etymology of deuteronomy

Middle English Deutronomie, from Late Latin Deuteronomium, from Greek Deuteronomion, from deuter- + nomos law — more at nimble

First Known Use: 14th century

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