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

kinophilist, kinophile (s) (noun); kinophiliss; kinophiles (pl)
A person who has an enthusiastic interest or pursuit in cinemas: As a kinophile, Marc loved to go to the movies, and sometimes he even went two times a day during the holiday seasons.
labalophilist, labalophile (s) (noun); labalophilists; labalophiles (pl)
A collector of bottle labels: Little Jenny thought that the colored pictures and words on the labels on the glass containers her mother had in the kitchen were neat, so she saved all the ones she could remove from the containers. Her parents termed her as being a labalophilist!
labeorphilist (s) (noun), labeorphilists (pl)
One who collects beer bottle labels: Russel liked drinking different kinds of beer, so he saved the labels of the various kinds so that he could compare them with his friends, who were also labeorphilists, and had quite a collection of them, too.
A green grocer.
laclabophilist (s) (noun), laclabophilists (pl)
A collector of cheese labels: Lois was amazed that her friend was a laclabophilist who saved and glued all the labels from the various kinds of cheese into a notebook she had bought especially for them!
A speech pathologist (a specialist who evaluates and treats people with communication and swallowing problems).
lapidarist (LAP uh der" ist, luh PID uhr ist) (s) (noun), lapidarists (pl)
An expert who deals with pieces of mineral crystal which, when cut and polished, is used to make jewelry or other adornments: A lapidarist uses precious stones and his or her skills to cut or to carve them into valuable rings, bracelets, and necklaces.
larcenist (s) (noun), larcenists (pl)
Those who steal from other people: James and Jim, who were larcenists, broke into a department store and stole several valuable items; including, jewelry and computers.
lariatophilist (s) (noun), lariatophilists (pl)
A collector of cowboy gear: Sam loved horses and wanted to have the best equipment for riding, and, as a lariatophilist, acquired a large number of such cowboy supplies, outfits, and accessories.
Someone who specializes in the science of the anatomy, physiology, and diseases of the larynx.
A specialist in laryngoscopy.
lattenophilist, lattenophile (s) (noun); lattenophilists; lattenophiles (pl)
A collector of brassware: Some people, or lattenophilists, love items made of an alloy of copper and zink, and have a whole collection of such articles, like doorknobs, bowls, and even light fixtures, and have them decoratively presented in their homes.
legalist, legalistic
1. A stickler for legality.
2. One versed in the law; one who views things from a legal standpoint.
One well versed or skilled in the law; a jurist.