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Phobia (from the Greek word for "fear") is an unnatural yet very intense fear of a certain element, noun, person, or situation. For example, people who don't like being near, …being in, or swimming in water are Aquaphobic. People who don't like being near or seeing fire are Pyrophobic. And people who don't like being in confined spaces are Claustrophobic.
The phobia of phobias is Phobophobia.
"terror" - this latin word more or less corresponds to the greek "phobos"...
A phobia is a strong fear of something. For example: arachnophobia is a fear of spiders and alliumphobia is a fear of garlic.
Neophobia-----------Fear of new things Myrmecophobia-----Fear of ants Zoophobia-----------Fear of animals Asymmetriphobia---Fear of things that are asymmetrical… Taphephobia--------Fear of being buried alive Ostraconophobia---Fear of shellfish Russophobia---------Fear of Russians Potamophobia-------Fear of running water Peniaphobia----------Fear of poverty Aichmophobia--------Fear of poisoned objects
It comes from the Greek phobos, meaning "fear".
Phobis, the god of fear.
yes, all things have a phobia
Until the End -- F word Topless-- F word Had Enough -- B-a-s-t-a-r-d word
Hundreds. People make up new ones all the time by adding the suffix to other words.
avoidance aversion hate dread disgust apprehnsion