(plural: halachot) law, regulation; the legal ruling on a particular issue; the body of Jewish law, especially the legal part of rabbinic literature, thus often the opposite of aggadah. halachic - pertaining to halachah.
(a) the body of Jewish Law; (b) a single law
(a) (upper case:) the entire body of Jewish law; (b) (lower case:) an individual law
Means 'the way to walk' and are rabbinic interpretations of how Torah is to be obeyed.