GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A collection or digest of Jewish traditions and explanations of Scripture, forming the text of the Talmud.
- n. the first part of the Talmud; a collection of early oral interpretations of the scriptures that was compiled about AD 200
“It was part of a seemingly systematic way of thinking, a discipline, what in Orthodox parlance is called mishna sedura.”
“There's a mishna [in Makkot] that states that anybody who puts a lasting mark on their body is culpable, meaning they've committed a sin," Rabbi Aaron Alexander, Associate Dean of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at American Jewish University explains.”
“That very Friday a space was made in the Chevy Nova in which they carpooled while listening to mishna on tape.”
“Cheese, again according to the shulchan oruch, mishna berura, etcâ€¦ must be made by a Jew.”
“Cheese, again according to the shulchan oruch, mishna berura, etc… must be made by a Jew.”
“Cannibis was well known to the Rabbis from the time of the mishna, but there is no record of it ever being considered kitniyot.”
“The interest was intense, numerous questions were asked and graciously answered, and the _mishna_ was again taken up.”
“In contemplating their definitions, we might reasonably conclude that our mishna refers primarily to grand gestures of one or the other.”
“Feliks gives a number of reasons for his conclusions - primary among them is that oats and rye were not commonly grown in the Land of Israel at the time of the mishna (this post does a good job of summarizing his arguments and those that disagree with him, on the identity of shibolet shu'al).”
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