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

Someone who is a specialist in phonology.
A collector of gramophones or old disks (records) that are played on gramophones.
An expert in tracing the origin of epidemics; especially, outbreaks due to disease carriers.
1. A collector or coiner (creator) of phrases.
2. A person who treats of, or is concerned with, phraseology.
3. Someone who affects a particular phraseology or is skilled in coining phrases.
One who practices phrenology.
1. A physician who specializes in phthisiology.
2. An obsolete term for specialist in tuberculosis.
1. A physician who specializes in physiatrics.
2. A physician who specializes in physical medicine.
3. A health care professional who administers physical therapy; a physical therapist.
A scientist who specializes in physics.
1. Someone who practices physiognomy, a pseudoscience, based on the belief that the study and judgement of a person's outer appearance, primarily the face, reflects his/her character or personality.
2. Scientific correlation physiognomy, in which there are believed to be rough statistical correlations between physical features (especially facial features) and character traits due to a person's physical preferences that are caused by corresponding character traits; such that gene mixing causes the correlations; this type of physiognomy is therefore based on genetic determinism of character.
1. A natural philosopher; a naturalist who is engaged in the biological study of the functions of living organisms and their parts.
2. Someone who studies the functions of a living organism or any of its parts.
3. A biologist specializing in physiology.
1. A person who uses physical methods to treat certain ailments.
2. Someone who is competent and qualified to administer physiotherapy.
Someone who writes descriptions about the geographical distribution of plants.
A person who specializes in the descriptions of seaweeds.