One who writes; a draughtsman; a writer for another; especially, an official or public writer; an amanuensis or secretary; a notary; a copyist. (noun)
To write. (verb)
Examples of word Scribe
Having served as one-third of the writing team for the immensely successful The Dark Knight, the scribe is already talking about future projects, namely his next directorial effort The Unborn, which is scheduled for 2009.
Surely this toadstool masquerading as a scribe is aware THAT THIS BOOK HAS ALREADY BEEN WRITTEN!
In the hands of a Sorkin scribe of the day, I imagine Gutenberg would only be a weirdo: We don't trust what he's doing to our world, we don't understand it, so we don't like him.
A scribe is reading, from a papyrus scroll, a list of complaints against him, a diatribe of supposed crimes against his own empire.
It is not unknown how the name scribe was a general title given to all the learned part of that nation, as it is opposed to the rude and illiterate person.
Originally the word scribe meant "scrivener"; but rapidly it was accepted as a matter of course that the scribe who copies the Law knows the Law best, and is its most qualified expounder: accordingly the word came to mean more than it implies etymologically.
And a certain scribe came, and said unto him, Master, I will follow thee whithersoever thou goest.