noun, plural Mish·na·yoth, Mish·na·yot, Mish·na·yos [English, Ashkenazic Hebrew mish-nuh-yohs; Sephardic Hebrew meesh-nah-yawt] /English, Ashkenazic Hebrew ˌmɪʃ nəˈyoʊs; Sephardic Hebrew miʃ nɑˈyɔt/, English Mish·nahs. Judaism.
Origin of Mishnah
Related formsMish·na·ic [mish-ney-ik] /mɪʃˈneɪ ɪk/, Mish·nic, Mish·ni·cal, adjectivepost-Mish·na·ic, adjectivepost-Mish·nic, adjectivepost-Mish·ni·cal, adjective
Examples from the Web for mishna
Yet Gorenberg neglects to mention that the Mishna in Avot actually explicitly prefers a different interpretation.
The Mishna expressly allows the procuring, even on a Sabbath, what was needed for the Passover.A Harmony of the Gospels for Students of the Life of Christ|Archibald Thomas Robertson
About 150 authorities are quoted in the Mishna, involving about two thousand statements.A Thousand Years of Jewish History|Maurice H. (Maurice Henry) Harris
The Mishna admitted all these hypothetical cases constructed by the schools, and perhaps added to their number.
Sheshet's memory was so retentive that he knew by heart not only the whole Mishna, but also all the Boratas.
It comprises the Mishna, which is the text; and the Gemara, its commentary.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Isaac D'Israeli