Definition of Scribal

1. Adjective. Relating to scribes and their work. ¹



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Definition of Scribal

1. pertaining to a public clerk or secretary [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scribal

screwtape
screwtaped
screwtapes
screwtaping
screwthread
screwthreads
screwtop
screwtops
screwup
screwups
screwworm
screwworms
screwy
scribable
scribacious
scribal (current term)
scribally
scribatious
scribbet
scribbets
scribble
scribbled
scribblement
scribblements
scribbler
scribblers
scribbles
scribblier
scribbliest
scribbling

Literary usage of Scribal

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1. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Proverbs by Crawford Howell Toy (1899)
"Hitzig regards the Heb. v.27 as a superfluous scribal amplification ; however, it adds something to the thought of vK, is not out of keeping with the tone ..."

2. History of the Hebrews: Their Political, Social and Religious Development by Frank Knight Sanders (1914)
"XV THE ESTABLISHMENT OF JUDAISM UNDER scribal INFLUENCE ON THE BASIS OF THE FULL LEVITICAL LAW. 516-400 BC (EZRA 4:6-23; 7-10; NEHEMIAH; ISAIAH 34, 35, ..."

3. The Background of the Gospels: Or, Judaism in the Period Between the Old and by William Fairweather (1908)
"Jewish legalism appears in two forms, priestly and scribal, " Temple" being the watchword of the former, and " Scripture " that of the latter. ..."

4. A Short History of the Hebrew Text of the Old Testament by Thomas Hunter Weir (1899)
"... DOCUMENTS: CLASSIFICATION OF scribal ERRORS. The consonantal text of the Hebrew Bible as it existed in the first century and as it exists still, ..."

5. Jesus and the Prophets: An Historical, Exegetical, and Inter-pretative by Charles S. Macfarland (1905)
"The Challenge to scribal Interpretation Mark xii., 36, 37; Matthew xxii.,-45; Luke xx., 42, : from Psalm ex., i. [Compare Psalm viii., 7 (6). ..."

6. Jesus and the Prophets: An Historical, Exegetical, and Inter-pretative by Charles S. Macfarland (1905)
"The Challenge to scribal Interpretation Mark xii., 36, 37; Matthew xxii.,-45; Luke xx., 42, : from Psalm ex., 1. [Compare Psalm viii., 7 (6). ..."

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