or Ha·la·khah also Ha·la·kah
The legal part of Talmudic literature, an interpretation of the laws of the Scriptures.
Origin of HalachaHebrew hălakâ, rule, tradition, from halak, to go; see hlk in Semitic roots.
(plural halachot or halachoth or halachos)
- Alternative capitalization of Halacha
- The regularly-formed English plural halachas is attested as well, though is not as common as any of the above-listed forms.