Phobos = fear
From both Latin and Greek, translates as 'fear'
Phobia is the smallest phobia word
Technically there is no exact "phobia of chandeliers" specifically, because there is no Latin word for "chandelier", but since "funale" is the Latin word for "torch", you could probably say that the fear of lights (as in household lights or chandeliers) would be "funalephobia". Hope that helped.
No, the word "phobia" is not an adverb.The word "phobia" is a noun.
It could possibly be Dadaphobia, coming from the greek word Data, meaning torch, and phobia meaning fear. it could also be Faxmetus, fax being the latin word for torch and Metus meaning fear.
it is Latin and means "the fear of"
Apiophobia is the fear of bees.The origin of the word Api is Latin (meaning bee) and Phobia is Greek (meaning fear).
I don't have a phobia except for writing 'that' particular word.
Phobia comes from the Ancient Greek word 'phobos' meaning fear
The phobia for being afraid of wolves is called Lupophobia. Lupo being Latin for wolf. On the contrary, Luposlipophobia is a made up phobia made for the Far Side comics.
A phobia is an unnatural fear of something.
Abnormal fear of.
It's from the Greek word "phobos" meaning "fear".
The band: One-Direction-phobia The fear of moving in space in only one-direction: Monovectorphobia ("Mono" is one, "vector" is direction, phobia comes from the latin word "phobos", meaning fear)
pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is not a phobia word its a lung disease but it is still the longest word in the world.
The word phobia is a noun, and -phobia is the common suffix for the names of many fears.
The word phobia comes from the greek word φόβος (fovos) which means fear.
Yes, the noun 'phobia' is an abstract noun, a word for fear, a word for an emotion.
yes, all things have a phobia
phobias are named accordingly to an object, place, animal, emotion,etc. causing fear response in an individual; latin words are used before the word phobia labeling each fear appropiately. Phobo, a latin root, means fear. another latin root is added on to make the word complete. for example, arachnophobiameans a fear of spiders, because arachna means spider, and phobia means fear.
The fear of singing is decantophobia. In Latin, decanto means to say or sing repeatedly. The Greek word for fear of singing is adophobia.
Broccoliphobia is the word informally used to describe a phobia of broccoli - however it is not an official clinical phobia word. It was made up recently and has not been recognised by phobia psychologists. The fear of vegetables is Lachanophobia.
Arachnophobia comes from the Greek Arachnid is spider and phobos is fear arachnophobia does not have latin elements because it doesnt have a latin room arachne is greek meaning spider and phobia or phobos which is greek for fear of. arachnophobia is greek.