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Paleontologist is a noun (a person). The related noun is Paleontology (a science).

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What part of speech is paleontologist?

A paleontologist is typically a noun because a paleontologist is a person. (a noun is a person, place, or thing.) The suffix "-ist" always refers to a person.

How many syllables are in the word paleontologist?

"Paleontologist" has six syllables.

What is the Afrikaans word for paleontologist?


How do you use the word paleontologist in a sentence?

Ex: The paleontologist carefully brushed dust off of an ancient fossil.

Is paeleontologist a word?

No. The correct spelling is paleontologist.

How do you use palaeontologist in a sentence?

A paleontologist is someone who studies prehistoric life. To use the word paleontologist in a sentence you could say, "The paleontologist examined the dinosaur bones to determine how old they are."

What does the word paleontologist?

A scientist who observes bones and earth

What is a short word that rhymes with Paleontologist?

Biologist Ecologist

In the sentence The paleontologist seems excited by the stone does the verb link to a predicate noun or predicate adjective?


A scientist who studies fossils?


What is meant by the word paleontologist?

A paleontologist is a scientist whose specific area of expertise is the study of pre-historic life. Much of a paleontologist's work involves the examination of fossils in order to determine possible causes for the natural evidence available to them.

What is a person who studies dinosaurs called?

A paleontologist A person who studies dinosaurs is called a paleontologist (pay-lee-yon-TOH-luh-jist) paleontologist is the word for someone who studies fossils. i dont think there is a specific word for someone who focuses o dinosaurs though Anyone who studies prehistoric life is called a Palaeontologist or Paleontologist (American spelling) A more informal term for someone who specifically studies dinosaurs is a Dinosaurologist. Modern day birds are are theropod dinosaurs. So anyone who studies birds is an ornithologist.