noun Mish·nah \ˈmish-nə\

Definition of MISHNAH

:  the collection of mostly halachic Jewish traditions compiled about a.d. 200 and made the basic part of the Talmud
Mish·na·ic \mish-ˈnā-ik\ adjective

Variants of MISHNAH

Mish·nah or Mish·na \ˈmish-nə\

Origin of MISHNAH

Hebrew mishnāh instruction, oral law
First Known Use: 1610


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