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What phobia is the fear of vomiting?
The fear of children is pedophobia.
Jangelaphobia, I have it.
Thermophobia. A fear of heat in general, not just hot weather.
Yes. Phobophobia is the name for the fear of fear itself.
I haven't seen referenced any specific name for "fear/phobia of reality". However, the good news is no one stops you from "inventing" it, the way the other phobias' names (and… many, many other words) were invented. The most common way of naming a phobia is to use the Greek word naming the object of that phobia and the -phobia suffix. Greek for reality being πραγματικότητα (transliterated pragmatikoteta), and for real, πραγματική (transliterated pragmatike), you can safely use pragmatophobia to name the "fear of reality". As an alternative, the Latin words for the object of the "fear" have been used... From that point of view, you could use realitophobia (coming from the Medieval Latin word realitas, initially a juridic term for "real estate", derived from the Latin word res, a generic term roughly equivalent to "thing/things"). But that sounds a little too "plain" if you ask me. LE: Ups, I just found out the word "pragmatophobia" was used by the Polish philosopher Zygmund Zawirski in the very title of one of his books, Symbolomania and Pragmatophobia. And, as a personal note: I took "fear of reality" not in the sense of actual fear/terror (like arachnophobia, the fear of spiders, for instance), but to mean the denial of reality, hiding from it, the unwillingness to acknowledge certain aspects pertaining to reality.
It could be Isopterophobia- fear of termites or other insects that eat wood.
Phobophobia. (As in FDR's famous statement, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself".)
Phobophobia - fear of having a phobia.
Phobophobia, from the Greek phobos meaning fear Phobophobia. Phobophobia. (As in FDR's famous statement, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself".)
It is Latin for fear (usually irrational) and is a suffix for some Latin words and phrases. For example claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed/small spaces.
The technical term for fear of abandonment is "autophobia." You can learn more about autophobia via Related Links, below. It seems people believe its autophobia but it doe…sn't describe it enough, if you ask me. Autophobia is being left alone, but I think it relates more to Ammidyphobia which is a loved one leaving your side...
We use the term phobophobia to name the fear of fear or of phobias. (The word phobia comes from the Greek for fear .)
I am not sure whether you are referring to a physical or emotional hurt. If you are referring to physical pain then there is the phobia listed below. Agliophobia - Fea…r of pain.