philia means 'has an affinity for'
No, -philia means attraction. -phobia means fear.
After a few days of research, I have created the following mishmash words, whose main variation is in the "come out" part of the word, for this philia:(NOTE: liquida is for the liquid part of the philia, masta for the mouth part, and philia for the philia part.)- liquidadrypamastaphilia (drypa = drip)- liquidautamastaphilia (uta = out)- liquidacascaremastaphilia (cascare = cascade)
Philia is one of the four Ancient Greek words for love, and was taken to mean, 'brotherly love' or, 'friendship'.
Philia isn't a Latin root word. It's Greek. It means fear.
Philia Sheila Brasilia
The love of dogs is referred to as Canophilia. From Canus + Philia. http://www.allwords.com/word-canophilia.html
I believe that it is Philia
ailurophilia: a liking of cats.
It simply means lover ofThe suffix -philia means to have an attraction to. For example Necrophilia is the sexual attraction to corpse.
greek word for friend is PHILIA
Hemo (or Heamo) = Blood philia = flow
philia-to like ^^ i.e. hydrophilia - to like water hydrophobia - to dislike water (but in a psychological sense a phobia is an unwarranted fear of something, the literal word phobia isn't this though)
AnswerThe Greek language has different words for different types of love, including agape (unconditional love) and philia(brotherly love). The most important biblical passage that mentions philiais in John's Gospel. Here, Jesus implied that the other disciples gave him unconditional love when he asked Peter, "Do you love (agape) me more than these (the other disciples)?" Each time, Peter answered that he loved Jesus, but each time he was only able to offer brotherly love (philia).
An ecophiliac is a person who loves nature. Eco = Nature & Philia = Love.
Philia (φιλία philía) means friendship in modern Greek
Have a tendency towards or have an abnormal attraction to whatever word is in front.
one is the love of people and the other is god love
Brotherly love. The U.S. city of Philadelphia means 'city of brotherly love.' Peter used 'phileo' in his responses to Jesus in John 21 when Christ asked 3 times if he loved Him.
Alektorophilia Alektorophobia is the fear of chickens. The suffix -philia is used to form words meaning "an abnormal liking for or tendency towards a given thing". I suggest Alektorophilia is the word for love of chickens. http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/-philia
Greek: Philia Latin: Amo/Amatum Also look up French....
The greek word for it is, philia, philos, philio(also mean friend)
No, unless you mean his attention-whore-philia or too-cute-itis.