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

Someone who is on vacation.
1. Someone who is a vaccinator.
2. A supporter, or advocate, of vaccination.
Someone who utilizes vaccines to provide immunity treatment against ailments.
One who holds the doctrine that the space between the bodies of the universe, or the molecules and atoms of matter, is a vacuum; opposed to plenist.
vandalist (s), vandalists (pl) (noun forms)
Anyone who goes around with the intention of maliciously destroying property: "The police are looking for the vandalists who broke into the house and tore the place apart."
A collector of vans.
Someone who rides a three- or four-wheeled machine driven by the feet and hand levers at the rear or front axle.
A collector of beadwork.
1. Someone who is concerned with the study and treatment of venereal disease.
2. A person who studies diseases or who is a specialist the diagnosis and treatment of such illnesses that are communicated by sexual intercourse.
An entertainer who makes his voice appear to come from a dummy, or of a person, or an animal.
verbalist (s) (noun), verbalists (pl)
1. Someone who is experienced and skilled in the use of words, often at the expense of good ideas and reality: James loved to go to dinner parties where he could show off his expertise as a verbalist, and it didn’t matter to him if he had anything worthwhile to say!
2. A person who pays too much attention to mere words rather than concentrate on facts, feelings, and ideas: Becky just ignored the significant topics at hand and talked about nothing, and, as a terrific verbalist, used wonderful and impressive expressions!
3. Etymology: from Latin verbum, "words."
The person who utilizes mere words instead of facts or ideas.
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A collector of vases.