Pogonophobia is a fear of beards.
Pogonophobia is the fear of beards or people with beards.
The fear of Beards
yes Pogonophobia is the fear of beards if you are suffering how the hell are you going to make it through Christmas
Yes, it is a fear of beards.
I would think so, because Santa (figurines) have huge beards.
The answer is: Pogonophobia- Fear of beards.
Pogonophobia ... pogon for beards and phobia for fear.
The fear of beards is known as: Pogonophobia
Hi, Pogonophobia comes from pogonotrophy which is the ancient Greek word for growing a beard. Pogon=beard and trophy=to nourish or grow. Hence pogon-o-phobia - the fear of beards. Best wishes
Yes. I have it, and I dislike going to shopping centers and seeing Santa everywhere. Yes, this is true however some people who are scared of beards have them themselves!
yes, this is called pogonophobia- a fear of beards...
I would think so because Father Christmas has a beard.
Yes, this is an officially recognised irrational phobia.The phobia of beards is called Pogonophobia.
The fetish is known as pogonophilia, the fetishist is a pogonophile. Whereas someone with an extreme aversion, or fear, would be a pogonophobic individual with pogonophobia.
Afraid is an adjective. In the sentence, 'I am afraid', afraid is not what I am doing, but what I am. 'Am' is the verb and 'afraid' is the adjective.
Actually its be afraid, be very afraid.
Do not be afraid. There is nothing to be afraid of.
The word afraid is an adjective (afraid, more afraid, most afraid) describing a noun as full of fear or anxiety.
No, the word is spelled afraid. There is no 's' on afraid. It can be used with both singular and plural noun or pronoun. Examples: I felt afraid. He sounded afraid. They acted afraid. The horses seemed afraid.