Miso- Words: iatromisia to nomomisia
Words that include: miso-, mis-, -misia (Greek: hate, hater, hatred; disgust for)
We have just enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us love one another.
Without Contraries is no progression. Attraction and Repulsion, Reason and Energy, Love and Hate, are necessary to Human existence.
A dislike or aversion for the medical profession or for medical doctors.
A disgust or hatred for certain words or a particular word.
One who hates men; especially, a woman.
A fanatical misandrist, a person consumed with hatred for men and driven by the belief that men are the source of all the worlds problems.
A hatred of a man or of men in general; especially by women.
Someone who has a hatred or distrust of all people (mankind).
A misanthrope is a man who always believes the worst of a person at first and never changes his mind.
The man who has little faith in mankind, and even less in womankind.
1. Like a misanthrope.
2. A hatred or contempt for mankind in general.
3. Avoiding the company of others; solitary.
Hatred of, or aversion to, mankind. A profound morbid distrust of human beings individually and collectively.
1. An abnormal aversion for disrobing as in marital life.
2. The hatred of undressing in front of anyone.
A hater of government or authority.
The hatred of government or authority.
A strong aversion to or dislike of sex or matters related to sex.
Anyone who has a hatred of or aversion to sex and even the subject of sex (including sexually related jokes, pornography, etc.).
Anyone who hates kings.
Hatred or fear of anything new or strange; sometimes expressed as an obsessive desire for preservation of the status quo.
1. A person who hates smoking or the smell of tobacco smoke.
2. A reference to anyone who hates tobacco smoke in any form.
A hatred of tobacco smoke in all or specific forms.
Hatred for the clergy.
Someone who hates dogs.
A hatred for dogs.
Someone who hates practicing the piano.
A hater of marriage.
A man who never Mrs. any woman.
1. A hatred of marriage; hating marriage or having an aversion to marriage.
2. Hatred of marriage, often based on an unresolved Oedipus complex. To some psychiatric patients, and especially schizophrenics, marriage is equated with incest and misogamy is their defense against it.
The mental bias that matrimony, not money, is the root of all evil.
The hatred of learning writing or learning.
A hater of letters or learning.
Someone who hates women.
A man with a miss-shun in the world.
A woman-hater to whom Hades is for ladies.
misogyny, misogynic, misogynous:
1. A hatred of women.
2. In psychiatry, when the hatred of women is part of a morbid mental state, it may be associated with a wide variety of nosologic entities. The most common explanation for the condition has to do with the events of childhood, particularly those relating to the parents.
3. In psychiatry, abhorrence of women that is expressed alike by women and men and is often a reflection of a homosexual conflict.
4. In psychiatry, passive homosexual males may hold women in severe contempt, as a reaction to disappointment with their own masculinity.
1. A hatred of speaking or arguing.
2. A morbid dread or dislike of any kind of conversation or mental-verbal application.
1. A hater of excessive discussions or of arguments.
2. A hater of reason, enlightenment, or discussion.
Hatred of reason, discussion, or arguments; also, hatred of learning or knowledge.
1. In psychiatry, the syndrome characterized by delusions of persecution and hatred.
2. Also defined as a hatred of everything.
1. In psychiatry, a person who is suffering with the mental delusion of persecution and hatred.
2. One who hates everything.
A hater of ones mother.
A hater of mathematics and/or science.
A hater or active opponent to culture as expressed in writing by the German dramatist Hanns Johst in 193
3. It is assumed that Milan Kundera coined the word in Czech, which was then taken into English. The word comes from Greek misos, hatred and mousa, learning which is also the source of the name of the nine muses of Greek and Roman mythology who represented the arts and sciences.
1. A hatred of novelty or new things or new trends.
2. Hatred of innovation or change.
1. The avoidance of change and dislike of new subjects, events, and people.
2. A hater of novelty or new things.
A hatred of ones father.
A hatred for the Fathers of the Christian Church or for ones own father.
1. A morbid hatred of children, sometimes including ones own.
2. In psychiatry, the hatred of children that may include the idea of incest with an unconscious viewing of the child as the consequence of incestuous relations.
A hater of children which may include ones own child or children.
A hatred of beards.
A hatred of war or strife.
A hater of war or strife.
misopsychia, misozoeticus, misozoia:
Hatred or weariness of living; a morbid disgust with life.
A person who hates to look at anything; a hater of beauty; a recluse.
One who hates wisdom or learning.
The hatred of wisdom or learning.
A hatred of God or gods.
One who has a hatred for God or gods.
A hater of anything foreign or of the unknown; such as, one who hates what is beyond the mountains.
One who is averse to anything foreign or to the unknown; literally one who hates what is beyond the mountains.
A hater of tyranny.
A hater of strangers.
One who hates strangers.
The hatred of strangers.
A disgust or hatred for a particular name or for specific names.