scrib-, script-, -scribe, -scription, -scriptive
(Latin: write, record)
Writing has not always been available for the "common person" to utilize. In the past it was restricted only to the few who were educated especially for that purpose either as scribes or monks who dedicated their lives to this vocation. You can learn more about the ancient Egyptian scribes by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.
2. An original document or manuscript.
3. Characters written by hand, especially in cursive form.
4. An system of characters used in writing.
True-personal scriptophobia testimonies.
2. A room in a monastery for the writing or copying of manuscripts.
2. Written or relating to writing.
2. A passage from the Bible.
3. Any sacred writing or book.
2. A notary public.
3, Etymology: from Old French escrivein,; ultimately from Latin scriba.
2. In Christianity, to hear someone's confession of sins and give the person absolution.
3. To obtain absolution for (oneself) by confessing and doing penance.
4. Etymology: an early borrowing from Latin scribere, "to write".
2. To write one’s signature on (a document, etc.) as an indication of consent, approval, attestation, etc.
3. To agree to pay for and to receive something over a particular period of time, e.g., as periodicals, series of books, or internet resources.
4. To pledge to make regular donations to something, especially a charity, church, or organization.
5. To sign a legal document to indicate agreement or approval of its terms.
2. A distinguishing character or symbol written directly beneath or next to and slightly below a letter or number.
2. A promise to pay for something when it will occur, e.g., the financing of a new business or a new issue of stock.
3. The process of signing, or a signature on, a legal document; such as, an indication of approval of its terms.
2. To write a name, address, or direction on the outside or cover of; to address (a letter, etc.) to a person.
3. To write one’s name at the head of a document; as opposed to subscribe.
4. To write (a letter or word) above another, or above the line of writing.