Mekhilta (Imperial Aramaic: מְכִילְתָּא, IPA /məˈχiltɑ/, "a collection of rules of interpretation"; corresponding to the Mishnaic Hebrew מדה middah 'measure', 'rule'), is used to denote a compilation of exegesis in Judaism, attributed to or written by any of several authors.

The Mekhilta include:

See also

Midrash halakha, a mekhilta that is seen as binding