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Borrowed from Hebrew מִשְׁנָה(mišnāh, repetition, oral law), from שָׁנָה(šānāh, to repeat, teach). Related Aramaic "tana" ("repetition") and Arabic "sunnah" (repetition). Also Arabic "ithnani" ("pair"), Aramaic "tnai" ("pair"), Hebrew "shnaim" ("pair").

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Mishna

  1. The oldest part of the Talmud, rabbinical writings collected by Rabbi Judah ha-Nasi and published in 250 C.E. in Javneh (יבנה, in Israel).
    The Mishna is believed by Jews to have been handed down orally from the patriarch-prophet Moses, who received it on Mount Sinai with the written Torah.

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