Definition of Halalah
1. halala [n -S] - See also: halala
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halalah
Literary usage of Halalah
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."