What phobia is the fear of clowns?

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The name of the phobia related to the fear of clowns is Coulrophobia.
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 Coulrophobia is an abnormal or exaggerated fear of clowns.
It is not uncommon among children, but is also sometimes
found in teenagers and adults as well. Sufferers sometimes
acquire a fear of clowns after having a bad experience with
one personally, or seeing a sinister portrayal of one in the
media.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear_of_clowns
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What phobia is the fear of fear?

We use the term phobophobia to name the fear of fear or of phobias. (The word phobia comes from the Greek for fear .)

What is the fear of clowns?

The scientific term for the fear of clowns is Coulrophobia. It is a surprisingly common phobia. See the related link below for more information .

What is the phobia of fear?

Phobophobia, from the Greek phobos meaning fear Phobophobia. Phobophobia. (As in FDR's famous statement, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself".)

What is the the fear of Clowns?

The fear of clowns is called, " coulrophobia. " This is "the fear of an antagonist with a painted face". (In other words, a clown.)
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Is a phobia a fear?

It is Latin for fear (usually irrational) and is a suffix for some Latin words and phrases. For example claustro phobia is the fear of enclosed/small spaces.