What do you call the fear of buttons?
The fear of buttons is called Koumpounophobia.
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Demophobia is the fear of large crowds. Some people withagoraphobia also have a fear of large crowds as well.
There is not a technical term for a fear of being short.Zambianoliangioticaloigisticologphobia is the term for a fear ofshort people.
I am not sure but there is a fear of peanut butter getting stuck to the roof of your mouth called Arachibutyrophobia.
There is no technical term for the fear of liars. People who fearliars may have trust issues for different reasons.
An opossum is a type of marsupial mostly found in the WesternHemisphere. There is no official name for a fear of opossums.
The fear of bugs is called entomophobia. This can include the fearof bees, but not the fear of spiders, as spiders are not reallybugs.
I don't think there is an actual name for this, but you will find that the pineapple is of the genus Ananas. So this could possibly be aptly named Ananaphobia. It may be more appropriate to use Cibophobia or Sitophobia (aversion to food) See a list of other phobias at http://en.wikipedia.org/w…iki/-phobia ( Full Answer )
The fear of sharks is called "galeophobia." The term "galeophobia" is derived from the Greek words "galeos."
If you mean is there a danger of belly button (navels) unravelling then no. If you mean is there a phobia name for it then probably. The name of a fear of belly buttons is omphalophobia. I have this phobia, but I don't know anybody else with it.
Xenophobia is the fear of strangers, foreigners or aliens. --------------------------------------------------------------------- Xeno = strangers, foreigners and aliens (more in the sense of people who are strangers, aliens... and probably not so much as "aliens" from ufo's... though for la…ck of better term, we still use the term xenophobia to indicate the fear of aliens) Baara = From the Hebrew - brutish, one of the wives of Shaharaim a Benjamite Baara = From the Hebrew - brutish, an Israelitish woman chuter = is the French verb "To Fall" As you can see, the fake word "baaraparchuter" was fabricated by the last person(s) that updated this answer and therefore does NOT exist!!! NOR means "fear of extra-terrestrials, the dead" ( Necrophobia is the fear of death and fear of the dead). Unfortunately, a lot of people out there took it as if it was a true since it's on a wiki and they didn't stop wonder if it was a real word or not. If you want to know if a word is real, just look at the word's etymology (root language of a word) and you'll find your answer. ( Full Answer )
Microsoft Office Button. (To find this term, I had to search the help file for something that is on that menu and browse through instructions.)
Theophobia is the fear of gods or religion. Fear of "other" religions (assuming you mean religions other than the one you practice)would probably fall under Xenophobia, which is the fear of strangers or foreigners.
The fear of fears is called phobophobia. It is the fear of getting a phobia.
Navel Academe . Navel Maneuvers . Navel Operation . If on a lake or ocean it would be a Navel Flotilla
The holes in a button are referred to as buttonholes. Buttonholesare designed to allow fabric to pass through them.
Scruffy. However, he did dance with Basil (another dog) when they played "hunt the bone".
What is the phobia of windmills called? Experts say that the fear of windmills is called Anemophobia and/or Ancraophobia
None as such, it could be Pnigophobia [ fear of being smothered, or Aphenphosmphobia [ fear of being touched ]..
There is no recorded name for the fear of nets. This fear may be a fake fear.
It's called tryophobia. Holes, honeycombs, repeating patterns, or even squares. Now I don't know if squares would be classified as the same phobia, but I'm terrified of all these things! Holes especially. I'm just going to warn you, if you're really really freaked out by holes, if you Google tryop…hobia, some freaky pictures will show up! ( Full Answer )
There is no named fear or phobia for this. It is just a fear of porcelain dolls. It has no scientific or medical term either. "Pediophobia"
There is no term for this and this makes me suspiciously think this is a joke. flagged
I know Social Phobia (not sociophobia) is fear of being evaluated negatively in social situations. Is that what you mean?
Well, usually you'd find the Greek word for what you want to name and tack -phobia on the end. The Greek word for malnutrition is YpositismÃ³s. Maybe Ypositismosphobia.
trypophobia is the fear of small, clusters of dots or clusters of irratically placed holes (like in a sponge). Coincidentally, most people with this condition CANNOT watch spongebob because they can see his "cluster of holes".
Diplophobia was the closest phobia I could find. It is a fear of double vision. Scotomaphobia is the fear of going blind.
Since Zeus is a god to people in some religions, it could be called a fear of religion - Theophobia . You could probably use Hellenologophobia as well - the fear of Greek terms. Finally...and most obviously... Zeusophobia . Fear of god/gods.
There is no phobia that directly lists a fear to a spisific speciesof animal or cause. There is Ophidiophobia, which is "Fear ofsnakes", but there is no "fear of anacondas" directly. That wouldbe like if you had a fear of ovens or stoves, when there is nodirect fear of ovens or stoves to be listed, …even though there is afear of fire (Pyrophobia), and a fear of being locked in anenclosed place (Cleithrophobia or Cleisiophobia), but there isnothing direct outside of that. Simply to be afraid of one thingmakes you nothing less then an individual. ( Full Answer )
I don't thing there is a name for the fear for puppies. I made up the word puppyphobia.
Ergasiophobia- Fear of work or functioning or Cyberphobia- Fear of computers or working on a computer
It might be dactylphobia... Dactylscopy is the study of fingerprints, coming from the Greek word daktulos, meaning finger, and phobia obviously being 'fear'...in the words of Gus Portokalos of My Big Fat Greek Wedding , "So there you go."
While not a politically or generally socially acceptable term it has become widely known as Islamophobia and the popularity of this phrase seems likely to see it become the most 'used' and recognised term.
CoD is better because it has higher replay value and a multiplayer. Fear gets boring after you've played it once because you already know when you're getting scared, etc.
Cardiophobia is the fear of heart disease... I'm assuming that "heart attacks" fall under this category.
Radiophobia is the fear of ionizing radiation, and is most commonly portrayed as a fear of X-Ray devices, but it can also apply to other devices that produce radiation (such as a microwave oven) . Cyberphobia is the fear of technology such as computers, and computer controlled devices (such as a …microwave oven). Beyond that, there isn't a specific, named phobia, that describes only the fear microwaves and substances that have been microwaved. ( Full Answer )
The fear of wind is known as aerophobia or anemophobia. Those who fear wind may also fear all movements of air.
"Stuck" is ambiguous. It could mean physically trapped, mentally unable to decide, or physically injured by a sharp object. Some possibilities: Aichmophobia - f/o sharp things Belonephobia - f/o needles Claustrophobia - f/o confined spaces Decidophobia - f/o decisions Enetophobia - f/o pin…s Linonophobia - f/o stings Merinthophobia - f/o being bound or tied up Taphephobia - f/o being buried alive Trypanophobia - f/o injections ( Full Answer )
there is no specific name for fear of Peacock feathers, however the fear of feathers is called Pteronophobia Or it could be the fear of Peacocks which is Pavophobia
The closest thing to the fear of not waking up would be the fear of sleep: somniphobia or hypnophobia. People are usually afraid to sleep because they are afraid they won't wake up. If it's actually a fear of dying, it's called thanatophobia.
probably the closest would be Haptodysphoria ..... it is a fear of touchy fuzzy, oddly wsensual things, so to speak.
Traumatophobia is the most commonly used term to describe a fear of injury, but there are different phobia names for different types of injury.
i have no idea but i have a fear of them too! i cant stand lookingat them or touching them and i am afraid of it being cut or slitopen. once my toe nail accidently nicked it and it started bleedingand i got covered in sweat and had to clench my teeth shut when iput bandage on it. i think it is a ver…y rare phobia so it has noral name but it should. ( Full Answer )
Trypanophobia is the extreme fear of medical procedures involving injections or hypodermic needles. It is occasionally referred to as aichmophobia , belonephobia , or enetophobia but they are incorrect.
There is no official name for the phobia of chalkboards. However, psychologists do recognise that the irrational fear of chalkboards, screeching chalk and fingers dragged on chalkboards do exist. They just don't have an official name. So, for now, "Phobia of chalkboards" will suffice until a name …is agreed upon in the future. ( Full Answer )
it is that in winter we like feel cold of winter that's why it is called fear of winter
I was unable to find an exact match, but here are the closest matches i could find. Rhabdophobia- Fear of being severely punished or beaten by a rod, or of being severely criticized. Also fear of magic.(wand) Phonophobia- Fear of noises or voices or one's own voice; of telephones. Enosiopho…bia or Enissophobia- Fear of having committed an unpardonable sin or of criticism Cholerophobia- Fear of anger or the fear of cholera. Acousticophobia- Fear of noise. Tyrannophobia- Fear of tyrants. Homilophobia- Fear of sermons. Ligyrophobia- Fear of loud noises. Ochlophobia- Fear of crowds or mobs. Poinephobia- Fear of punishment.. ( Full Answer )
Okay. I'm going to make the phobia one up, but if it sticks with you and sounds right, then use it. If you like One Direction, you are: "A Directioner" If you hate One Direction, then you are: "A Directionator" If you have a fear of One Direction, then you have: "Directionophobia" Hope this helps. B…ut honestly, there really isn't much to fear about them...they're friendly I swear!! ( Full Answer )
Ophidiophobia or ophiophobia It means an unnatural fear of snakes. It comes from the greek word words "ophis" which refers to snakes and "phobia" meaning fear.
The bottom number of a fraction is the denominator and the top number is the numerator.
The fear of elderly people or growing old is called 'Gerontophobia.' But quick question if I may? Why not just type the very same question into Google and get an answer within seconds?