chalakah

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chalakah

הלכה‎

chalakah- Hebrew for "the path" or "the way".  This comes from the Hebrew root word chalak ("to walk").  In Judaism chalakah refers to the collective body of Jewish law (Biblical law, talmudic and rabbinic law, as well as customs and traditions.  Plural chalachot.  Pronounced khah lah KAH.  From Strong's #1983.

 

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Synonyms: halak, halakh

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נשׂא (Naso)

 

 

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