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What is the fear of pumpkins called?


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Cucurphobia is the fear of pumpkins, so jack-o-lanterns are the same. -RJ

They're called "Jack Be Little Pumpkins".

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It's a tradition to carve pumpkins on Halloween, when the pumpkins are carved they are called jack-o-lanterns.

There is no band called the Crashing Pumpkins. They are called the Smashing Pumpkins and one can purchase their latest songs from Amazon, iTunes or Google Play.

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In a different country,I think

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Fear of Asians is called sinophobia.

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The fear of being scared is phobophobia. The fear of fear.

No, small pumpkins are baking/cooking pumpkins; large pumpkins are carving pumpkins and their flesh does not cook as well as do the small ones.

There is unlikely to be a specific name for a fear of hummingbirds but a fear of birds in general is called ornithophobia.

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