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SCRIBE, n. L. scriba, from scribo, to write formed probably on the root of grave, scrape, scrub. The first writing was probably engraving on wood or stone.

1. In a general sense, a writer. Hence,
2. A notary a public writer.
3. In ecclesiastical meetings and associations in America, a secretary or clerk one who records the transactions of an ecclesiastical body.
4. In Scripture and the Jewish history, a clerk or secretary to the king. Seraiah was scribe to king David.

2 Samuel 8 .

5. An officer who enrolled or kept the rolls of the army, and called over the names and reviewed them. 2 Chronicles 24 . 2 Kings 25 .
6. A writer and a doctor of the law a man of learning one skilled in the law one who read and explained the law to the people. Ezra 8 .

SCRIBE, To mark by a model or rule to mark so as to fit one piece to another a term used by carpenters and joiners.


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