(Greek > Latin: a suffix; one who believes in; one who is engaged in; someone who does something)
theomisanthropist (s) (noun), theomisanthropists (pl)
Someone who hates both God and mankind.
A priest is trying to encourage a man to attend church, but the man is showing his hatred for both religion and apparently for people who are participants in church functions.
theosophist (s) (noun), theosophists (pl)
A person who studies the various religious systems claiming to be based on or to express an intuitive insight into the divine nature: A theosophist strives to learn more about the various religious beliefs that are based on the mystical insight of an individual into divinity, arising from spiritual perceptions and meditations.
theotechnist (s) (noun), theotechnists (pl)
A person who invents gods for a drama or literary work.
Another name for a therapist.
A person skilled in the treatment of disease; often combined with a term indicating the specific type of disorder treated or a particular type of treatment rendered.
A person who specializes in theriogenology.
One who specializes in the use of chemical action and heat.
A collector of thermometers.
A specialist in therology; a mammalogist.
theurgist (s) (noun), theugists (pl)
Someone who practices the art of securing the intervention of supernatural powers in human affairs: A theurgist is considered a wonder worker or magician because of his or her access to supernatural sources."
A collector of postage stamps.
A collector of whistles.
Someone who holds a title as a champion: "He was the heavyweight titlist."
tocologist (s) (noun), tocologists (pl)
One who is a specialist in parturition; obstetrician: Meg was especially interested in babies and decided to study tocology and become a tocologist and perhaps be able work as a doctor at the local hospital.