Which means "narration" in Hebrew:
haggada or halacha?
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The word haggada - which means "narration" in Hebrew - denotes a
Hebrew text used as part of the Passover service. The word
halacha - which means "the path" in Hebrew -
denotes the complete body of rabbinic law, custom, and tradition.
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