Halakha

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Halacha, Halaka or Halakha (Hebrew hɑlɑˈxɑː, Yiddish hɑˈloxə, Hebrew hɑlɑˈxɑː, Yiddish hɑˈloxə, Hebrew hɑlɑˈxɑː, Yiddish hɑˈloxə)
 
n
1.  a.  Jewish religious law
 b.  a ruling on some specific matter
2.  a.  that part of the Talmud which is concerned with legal matters as distinct from homiletics
 b.  Jewish legal literature in general
 
[from Hebrew hǎlākhāh way]
 
Halaka, Halaka or Halakha
 
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[from Hebrew hǎlākhāh way]
 
Halakha, Halaka or Halakha
 
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[from Hebrew hǎlākhāh way]

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