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.
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Contemporary Examples of mishna
Yet Gorenberg neglects to mention that the Mishna in Avot actually explicitly prefers a different interpretation.Republicans Are Not Sodomites
July 26, 2012
Historical Examples of mishna
It comprises the Mishna, which is the text; and the Gemara, its commentary.
There is an express case to this purpose in the Mishna, in the title of Vows.
The Mishna forms the text, and the Gemara is annexed as the comment or glossary.
This is the same Mishna now in existence among the Jews at this day.
Though do not forget that its Mishna text was written in Palestine.A Thousand Years of Jewish History
Maurice H. (Maurice Henry) Harris