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Word mistakened at a Great Harvest bread store by Serena as pronounced (cha-la-la)instead of the jewish bread pronunciation. Also battle cry started by a group of Radnor Middle School 8th grade students 2007. Another way of saying hey baby.Just about has a definition for every expression. The word is changed for certain things.
"Can I have a slice of...Challah please?"
"it's pronounced (holla)"
"no"

"CHALALALALALALALALALALAH!"

"ChaLAlah." (emphasis on the LA)

"I'm feeling Challahtastic."

"Dude she totally challahed that sucker!"

"Aww god son of a challah."

"Yo challah wazzup?!" (as in person)

by Serena Coladonato November 10, 2007
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1.
Really tasty bread made by the wonderous Jews.

Pronounced "Holla", with some weird cuhhhhh noise at the beginning.
Me: How much does the Challah Cost?

*Everyone around the table stares at me*
by Yumliciousness August 24, 2009
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2.
A type of white, leavened bread that Jewish people (M.O.T.s) eat. It is pronounced the same as "holla".
I told that Jewish girl to give me a holla sometime, then she showed up at the crib couple of days later carrying a loaf of bread.

Tom: "This party is bernie."
Jon: "Let's bake like challah and leaven."
Bob: "Stop being such a M.O.T."
by Nick D May 30, 2004
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3.
dough braided and baked to form the most kick-ass bread in the world
Challah hits the spot.
by snorgle October 18, 2003
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4.
The Jewish version of Holler!
Mike: "I got us front row tickets to the Fiddler on the Roof!"

Ian: "Challah!"
by icwish July 17, 2010
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5.
To get a hold of someone sooner than later.

To hurry and call someone back or "get back" to them.
It was not coo that the shawty didn't challah back.

Please challah at your boy.

Tell Spence and Michael to challah at a friend when they are done outside in the yard.
by Ophelia Fate July 18, 2010
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6.
Spelling of the word "holla" that uses correct throat emphasis and, therefore, causes the speaker to pronounce the word "holla" correctly.
Challah back young'un!
by sc2grrl July 28, 2009
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Used by Jewish americans instead of the word holla
challah at me before sundown
by Peter Nurman April 16, 2007
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