"If a native English speaker is called an anglophone and a native French speaker is called a francophone, what is the term for a native Spanish speaker?"My immediate wise-ass reply was: "A yo-phone."
Flippant answers aside, none of us knew the answer. The question is a good one -- are there similar "-phone" words for other languages? I decided to hunt for answers in the Source of All Knowledge™, i.e. the Wikipedia. A quick trip there this evening turned up the answer to our original query -- "hispanophone". I also found a few more "phones" there:
|Allophone||any language other than English or French|
|iPhone||Appleish (term for yo-phone)|
|Lusophone||Portuguese (derived from Lusitania)|
|Mellophone||French (horn variant)|