Phobia means fear.
; phobia : 1786, "fear, horror, aversion," Mod.L., abstracted from compounds in -phobia, from Gk. -phobia, from phobos "fear," originally "flight" (still the only sense in Homer), but it became the common word for "fear" via the notion of "panic, fright" (cf. phobein "put to flight, frighten"), from PIE base *bhegw- "to run" (cf. Lith. begu "to flee," O.C.S. begu "flight," bezati "to flee, run," O.N. bekkr "a stream"). Psychological sense attested by 1895; phobic (adj.) is from 1897. ; http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=phobia&searchmode=none
fear in hebrew.
Society's fear of science
"Fear of God" in Latin is timor Dei.
Metus is a Latin word that means "fear."
If failing is your fear the name for the failing phobia (phobia mean fear) is atychiphobia.
There is no official phobia name for the fear of vipers. However the official phobia name for the fear of snakes is ophidiophobia.
Necrophobia Phobia name for the fear of death. It is a common phobia
I don't think there's a phobia name for having a fear of hippos.But there is a phobia name that has the word "Hippo" in it: Hippopotomonstosesquippedaliophobia, which is the fear of long words (not fear of hippos).
I believe that the correct name of the phobia for fear of mice is musophobia
Hylephobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of materialism
Ballistophobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of missiles
Limnophobia is the name of the phobia associated with the fear of lakes
Traumatophobia is the name of the phobia relating to the fear of injury
Ideophobia is the name of the phobia relating to the fear of ideas
Patroiophobia is the name of the phobia relating to the fear of heredity
Geliophobia is the name of the phobia associated with the fear of laughter