I know just the meaning of engrave , engrave is for write on stone and wood.

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    The verb to scribe is effectively an archaic version of to inscribe (which latter is itself at least "dated", but when it is used today, it carries significant implications engrave that weren't necessarily present in the past). But to write is just the standard general-purpose verb used today for all contexts that involve setting down an utterance (or any information capable of being symbolically encoded) in text form. Note that there is still a current usage to scribe meaning to mark [paper or a similar surface] with a pointed instrument (not text). – FumbleFingers Sep 14 at 13:50

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