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Halakah

[ hah-law-khuh; Sephardic Hebrew hah-lah-khah; Ashkenazic Hebrew hah-law-khaw ]

noun

, (often lowercase)
, plural Ha·la·kahs, Hebrew Ha·la·koth, Ha·la·kot, Ha·la·kos [hah-lah-, khawt, hah-law-, khohs].


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Other Words From

  • Ha·lak·ic [h, uh, -, lah, -, kh, ik, -, lak, -ik], adjective

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Example Sentences

The Halakah is the outcome of this devotion in one aspect, the philosophical exegesis in another.

Clearly he is arguing here for the observance of the oral law, which later was standardized in the Halakah.

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