-ist

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

philogastrist
Someone who is greedy, or who is overly fond of filling his stomach.
philogynist
One who has a special love or fondness for women.
philologist
1. Someone who studies of written records, especially literary texts, in order to determine their authenticity, meaning, etc.
2. Originally, a person who loves learning and literature; by studying, and via scholarship.
philomythist
A person who loves myths, symbols, and legends.
philoneist
One who loves or who is an obsessed follower of trends and fads.
philonoist
A fondness for or a seeker of knowledge.
philonomist
1. An adviser and researcher on matters pertaining to the equitable and environmental implications of wealth creation and distribution with regard to international social justice, human rights, and life support systems.
2. Someone who promotes and encourages local trade and local currency systems and engages in supporting research and development.
philophilist
A collector of words for collectors (coined by Paul Dickson).
philopornist
Someone who loves or has a special fondness for prostitutes.
philotheist (s) (noun), philotheists (pl)
A person who loves God: "Philotheists are those who have a love of and devotion to God."
philoxenist
One who is fond of or who is happiest when entertaining strangers.
phlebologist
A medical specialist in the practice of phlebology.
phlebotomist
1. Someone who practices phlebotomy or venesection; that is, draws blood by use of a syringe and needle.
2. A medic who draws blood from a vein for analysis or transfusion.
phoneticist
A phonetist.
phonetist
Someone who advocates or uses phonetic spelling.