(Greek > Latin: a suffix; one who believes in; one who is engaged in; someone who does something)

A trainer, driver of a horse chariot, or rider of a horse in a circus.
A specialist in hippology or the study of horses.
Anyone who eats the meat of horses as a source of food.
A specialist in hippotomy or the anatomy and/or dissection of horses.
Someone who cultivates leeches for biological studies or for medical applications.
histologist, microanatomist
1. A scientist who studies tissues and cells by using microscopic techniques.
2. A specialist in the study of cells and microscopic tissues.
historical geologists
Geologists who divide all time since the formation of the earliest known rocks (about four billion years ago) into four major divisions: Precambrian, Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic eras.

Each era, except the Cenozoic, ended with profound changes in the disposition of the earth's continents and mountains and was characterized by the emergence of new forms of life.

Broad cyclical patterns, which run through all historical geology, include a period of mountain and continent building followed by one of erosion and, and then by a new period of elevation.

A medical practitioner of homeopathy.
1. Someone who prepares homilies.
2. Anyone who preaches to a congregation.
A collector of figurines.
1. Someone who studies the science of measuring time.
2. Someone skilled in making clocks and watches.
horticulturist (s) (noun), horticulturists (pl)
Someone who strives to improve crop yields, quality, nutritional value, and resistance to insects, diseases, and environmental stresses: Horticulturists work in plant propagation, crop production, plant breeding and genetic engineering, plant biochemistry, plant physiology, and the storage, processing, and transportation of fruits, berries, nuts, vegetables, flowers, trees, shrubs, etc.
A collector of or the collecting of outdoor iss signs.