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

One who lives at the same time with another; a contemporary.
synecologist (s), synecologists (pl) (noun forms)
1. A student of synecology.
2. Anyone who practices or supports the study of groups of organisms that are associated as a unit or a biological community.
synthesist (s) (noun), synthesists (pl)
1. An intellectual who synthesizes or uses synthetic methods.
2. Someone who composes or combines parts or elements so as to form a whole.
A collector of dentures.
A collector of silver mugs.
A specialist in taphonomy.
Someone who uses tautological words or phrases.
taxidermist (s) (noun), taxidermists (pl)
1. A craftsman who stuffs and mounts the skins of animals for display: The taxidermist who prepared the owls for the natural history museum used glass eyes to give them an authentic and realistic appearance.
2. Etymology: from Greek tasxis, "arrangement, order" + derma, "skin" + -ist, "a person who does something".
Someone who is skilled in preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of animals.
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A love for or fondness of technicalities.
Someone who is versed in technology.
Someone who transmits messages or signals to a distant receiver.
1. Anyone who utilizes extrasensory perception of his, or her, mental activities with another person.
2. Someone who communicates through methods other than the normal senses, as by the exercise of mystical powers.