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Synonyms for Masorete

a scholar who is expert on the Masorah (especially one of the Jewish scribes who contributed to the Masorah)

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In contrast, the Qumran evidence leads us to conclude that the form of the texts that emerged from the Massoretes was only one of those in which at least some of the writings had once circulated.
The members - known as the Masoretes or Massoretes - .
Its pronunciation was fixed by the Massoretes (6th -- 10th Century, C.
Indeed, the place of the Book of Habakkuk among the twelve Minor Prophets suggests that the Massoretes assumed that it was a prophecy about Babylon, which replaced Assyria the subject of Nahum's prophecy.
as it was by the Massoretes a millennium and a half later, but anyone trained in Biblical Hebrew will understand my analysis of the text from reading the vocalization (errors excluded, of course).