English version

-erati

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English-erati-erati /ərɑːti/ suffix [in nouns]used to form nouns referring to people who have a lot of knowledge or influence in a particular subject the jazzerati (=people who know a lot about jazz) the digerati (=people who are skilled at using computers)
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