'scribe' is not a word I have in the lexicon.
So...wiktionary: Someone who writes; a draughtsperson; a writer for another; especially, an official or public writer; an amanuensis, secretary, notary or copyist. A person who writes books or documents by hand as a profession.
Thesaurus: clerk, copier, copyist, scrivener, secretary, transcriber.
The word for 'clerk' is drada'iki'a = dra + (da + ik)i + -a = to keep + (to make + knowledge / information = record)-plural + one who does
Similar idea, but we're looking for the person who makes the records - so use lede = "to write" instead of dra = "to keep", and add kal = senior and we get ko Kal Lededa'iki'a.
Given name. I'm tossing out Uza (= "one who helps"; an Earth-equivalent name would be "Ezra" (one of those fringe cases where the Kilrathi is reasonably close), who was an Old Testament scribe as well as a prophet).
Uza ko Kal Lededa'iki'a nar Ki'ra. Eh?