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

palindromist (s) (noun), palindromists (pl)
A writer or inventor of words, phrases, or sequences that read the same backward as they do when normally read forward.
palinodist (s) (noun), palinodists (pl)
The poet who changes his or her formerly expressed view which was in a previously compiled poem.
palmist (s), palmists (pl)
1. A fortuneteller who predicts the future by the lines on in a person's palms.
2. Someone who practices palmistry.
panentheist (s) (noun), panentheists (pl)
1. A person who believes that all things are in God: A panentheist maintains that God and the world are inter-related with the world being in God and God being in the world.
2. Etymology: from the Greek elements pan, "all" + en, "in" + theist, "God".
pantheist (s) (noun), pantheists (pl)
Anyone who believes that God is present in everything or someone who believes in many gods.
pantisocratist (s) (noun), pantisocratists (pl)
A supporter of belief that everyone is equally a member of the government.
pantophagist (s) (noun), pantophagists (pl)
Someone or those who eat just about everything.
A student of papyrology.
A seller of paper.
A punster or someone who is fond of or skilled at making puns or a humorous play on words.