Etymology
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Mishnaic (adj.)

1718, "of or belonging to the Mishnah," the collection of binding precepts and ancient rabbinical decisions forming the basis of the Talmud, from Hebrew, literally "repetition, instruction," from shanah "to repeat," in post-Biblical Hebrew "to teach or learn (oral tradition)."

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Definitions of Mishnaic

Mishnaic (adj.)
of or relating to the Mishna (the first part of the Talmud);
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