Social Phobia is the phobia of embarrassment. It is the phobia in which a person is scared of being bullied.
A lizard phobia is a phobia of lizards
Bad phobia Bad phobia
i don't think there is a ruler of all phobia
I looked it up and there is no phobia name for hail.
Luke Adams phobia
Chionophobia is the phobia of skiing/snow.
I don't know if that's a phobia but the phobia of having a phobia is Phobophobia.
It's not real, but if you know what phobia means, you'll know what soup phobia means. Phobia: scared of something. So... soup phobia is when your scared if soup!
A phobia is an extreme fear of something. A sentence using 'the phobia' is: The phobia of ants, myrmecophobia, is not very common.
ATHAZAGORAPHOBIA. Or social phobia
It has been casually referred to as "Castle-a-phobia", but there is no official name for this phobia.
Your question asks what the phobia of a fear is (X-phobia-phobia): the PHOBIA OF THE FEAR of the number eight would be octophobia-phobia. The fear of the number eight would simply be octophobia.
"Phobia" is a noun.
Yes, the phobia of French people is a real phobia, as silly as it sounds.The phobia is called Francophobia.
Like all phobias, phobophobia is an exaggerated fear response. While in other phobias, the irrationally heightened response focuses on a specific object or situation, in phobophobia, the fear is of the fear response itself.
There is not a phobia for not knowing information or things. There is a phobia of knowledge which is gnosiophobia.
Panophobia or Pantophobia according to The Phobia List (http://phobialist.com).
It depends on which type of candy... But there is no candy phobia. Just phobia of candy :)
I think it's acrophobia
Mankesafat-phobia or smd-phobia
There is no name for phobia concerning toes, But phobia concerning feet is "Podophobia"
A phobia is an irrational fear phobia phobic means the fear of fear itself
Bebuphobia...that is the fear or phobia of blueberries.
Mud Phobia is the phobia (fear) of mud. Its called mysophobia, myso meaning mud and phobia meaning fear.