The Suffix PHOBIA means fear OK you school kids
Yes, phobia is a noun, meaning 'a fear, especially an irrational fear'. It is also a suffix, used in words such as arachnophobia.
acrophobia, claustrophobia, etc. There are entire websites dedicated to the question.
The suffix is phobia. The term suffix means that which is added on at the end.
a noun is created when the suffix -phobia is added to a word
The meaning is "fear of".
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 word phobia is a noun, and -phobia is the common suffix for the names of many fears.
Phobia means "fear of." For example, arachnophobia is the fear of spiders.
no it's not phobia is a suffix for fear of something
Hundreds. People make up new ones all the time by adding the suffix to other words.
The suffix ible means the ability to. Some words with this suffix are flexible and incredible.
Other end It is a suffix
Some words that end or with suffix cain: cocain. marocain.
ArachnophobiaArachno is the prefix or stem of the word, while phobia is the suffix.
The "phobia" part is the suffix. The adjectival form replaces the final 'a' with 'c': '~phobic'. ' A sufferer from a phobia is a '~phobe'; so in our example, a 'claustrophobe'.
The suffix -ia is used for names and diseases. One of the most common words with this is phobia.
One example of a suffix is agoraphobia. Agora being the stem or prefix, while phobia is the suffix.
Agora is the prefix, phobia is the suffix.
I mean that give me a list of words that have the suffix den in it
the suffix is -ity. some other words that have this suffix are reliability, and responsibility
The suffix ism is a noun and means belief, action, or conduct. Some words that have this suffix are formalism, federalism, and Buddhism.
-idle isn't a suffix. There are words that end with -idle, like bridle, but it isn't a suffix.
Some words with the suffix able include: unable, believable, and imaginable.
Ation is not a prefix; it is a suffix. Some words with this suffix are specialization, aggravation, and alternation.