noun, plural so·pher·im [soh-fer-im; Sephardic Hebrew saw-fe-reem; Ashkenazic Hebrew soh-fe-rim] /ˈsoʊ fər ɪm; Sephardic Hebrew sɔ fɛˈrim; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈsoʊ fɛ rɪm/, (often initial capital letter) Judaism.
Origin of sopher
Examples from the Web for sopherim
This is what the early Sopherim did, and probably Ezra himself.
They were the lines which the Sopherim collectively agreed upon, for their own practice as interpreters and judges.
What was done by the Sopherim, and those with and for whom they worked, was done privately and without official sanction.
The two chief secretaries (Sopherim) were Elihoreph and Ahiah.The Expositor's Bible: The First Book of Kings|F. W. Farrar
But it would be a council of Sopherim, not of all the leading men of the nation.