chalakot

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chalakot

הלכת

chalakot- A plural Hebrew word meaning "the paths" or "the ways".  This comes from the Hebrew root word halak ("to walk").  In Judaism it refers to the collective body of Jewish law (Biblical law, talmudic and rabbinic law, as well as customs and traditions.  Singular chalakah.  Pronounced khah lah KOHT.  From Strong's #1983.

 

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Yom Rivi'i, 14 Shevat, 5781

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