Definition of Halalah

1. halala [n -S] - See also: halala



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halalah

halakha
halakhah
halakhahs
halakhas
halakhic
halakhist
halakhists
halakhot
halakhoth
halakic
halakist
halakists
halakoth
halal
halala
halalah (current term)
halalahs
halalas
halalled
halalling
halals
halant
halants
halation
halations
halato-telechelic polymer
halatopolymer
halatopolymers
halau
halavah

Literary usage of Halalah

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1. Practical Grammar of the Somali Language, with a Manual of Sentences: By Rev by Évangéliste de Larajasse, Cyprien de Sampont (1897)
"... that I Him hope I must, and that I my heart whole from love I must). Is a person obliged to keep a lawful oath ? ninna inu dar halalah ..."

2. Unexplored Syria: Visits to the Libanus, the Tulúl El Safá, the Anti-Libanus by Richard Francis Burton, Charles F. Tyrwhitt Drake (1872)
"The natives call this building Kasr Bardawil; and here lived that pugnacious king, till slain one fine day by Abu Jayd el halalah, a companion of Antar, ..."

3. The Jewish Law of Divorce According to Bible and Talmud with Some Reference by David Werner Amram (1896)
"halalah. The female issue of a priest's illegitimate connection, or of a priest's wife illegitimately married to him. The ceremony of taking off the ..."

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