In general, is Mishnah the opposite
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Oral teaching is Mishnah, written
scripture is Mikra.
Mishnah - which means "repetition" in Hebrew - denotes
the written down oral law and is considered to be the first work of Rabbinic
Judaism, redacted in about 200 CE by Judah haNasi (aka Rebbi). Aramaic commentaries on the Mishnah written
down over then next three centuries are called the Gemara. Note that Mishnah + Gemara = Talmud. The word
Mikra - which means "reading" in Hebrew - is a
another name for the Tanakh - i.e., the Hebrew
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