Midrash

Midrash, the earliest Hebrew exposition of the Old Testament; included the Halacha, or development of the legal system on Pentateuchal lines, and the Hagada, a commentary on the whole Scripture, with ethical, social, and religious applications. The name Midrash came to refer exclusively to the latter, in which much fanciful interpretation was mixed with sound practical sense.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Midianites * Mights and Rights
Midas
Middle Ages
Middle English
Middle Passage
Middlesbrough
Middlesex
Middleton, Conyers
Middleton, Thomas
Midgard
Midianites
Midrash
Mights and Rights
Migne, the Abbé
Mignet, François August
Mignon
Miguel, Don
Mikado
Miklosich, Franz von
Milan
Milan Decree
Miletus