The word used to describe someone who studies languages is linguistics. There are 3 different sections to linguistics; language meaning, language in context, and language form.
Though one does not hear the term used incredibly often, the proper term for a person who studies ancient or archaic languages is actually an "archaeolexicologist". (Sometimes hyphenated.)
Someone who studies languages is usually known as a linguist.
The person is a linguist - who studies languages.
A linguistic compares languages, but a philologist studies recorded languages and words.
A person who studies languages is most often known as a linguist; more obscure labels include glottologist, grammarian, lexicographer, linguistician, philologist, and polyglot.
A person who studies genealogies is a genealogist.
Parasitologist is a person that studies parasites.
A sociologist is a person who studies sociology.
What do you call a person who studies floods
A person who studies snakes is called a Herpetologist.
a person who studies people but not an psychologist
an astrophysicist, thus the answer for "What do you call a person that studies the planets?"
A person that studies biochemistry is called a biochemist.
A person that studies animals is called a Zoologist.
A person who studies fish is called an ichthyologist .
An Entemologist is a person who studies insects.A myrmecologists is a person who studies ants.
You call a person that studies ocean life a marine biologist.
A geneticist studies genetics.
A person who studies birds is called an ornithologist.
herpetologist is a person who studies about lizards(REPTILES) by jake.s
A geologist is a person who studies rocks and earth.
A person who studies medicine is called a medical student.
AnswerA person who studies physics is called a physicist.
A person who studies logic is called a Philosopher.
A linguist is someone who studies languages. Apolyglot is someone who speaks more than 2 languages.