Judaism the initial part of the Talmud, becoming an accumulation of very early oral interpretations for the scriptures as put together about A.D. 200.
Judaism A paragraph using this portion of the Talmud.
Judaism The training of a rabbi or other noted authority on Jewish regulations.
In Jewish lit., an accumulation halachoth or binding precepts and legal choices deduced because of the ancient rabbis from the Pentateuch, and itself developing another or oral legislation. See halachah.
[lowercase; pl. mishnoth (mish′ noth).] A paragraph associated with the Mishnah.
the very first part of the Talmud; an accumulation of very early dental interpretations for the scriptures that has been put together about AD 200