Definition of Halakahs

1. halakah [n] - See also: halakah



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halakahs

hakim
hakims
haking
hakite
haku
hakurei
hakus
halaal
halach uinic
halachas
halachic
halachist
halachists
halachot
halachoth
halakahs (current term)
halakha
halakhah
halakhahs
halakhas
halakhic
halakhist
halakhists
halakhot
halakhoth
halakic
halakist
halakists
halakoth
halal

Literary usage of Halakahs

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1. Harvard African Studies by African Dept (1917)
"The farmers, who were frequently Copts, owned, wholly or in part, halakahs (markets) in nearby towns, where the catches were regularly auctioned off to ..."

2. The History of the Talmud, from the Time of Its Formation, about 200 B. C by Michael Lewy Rodkinson (1903)
"a great necessity to renew and arouse the nation to observe them, after the halakahs of Alfasi and Maimonides had become already too ancient in their tone, ..."

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