Halachah is traditional, Jewish law. It covers a wide range of things -- from when to say which blessing to how to get a divorce. The term itself is singular, so it can be used to refer to a single law or to the body of law. Halachot is the plural, if you wish to explicitly refer to multiple laws. Halachic is the adjective.

Alternative spellings:

  • halakha
  • halachah
  • halacha

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