Phobia Words: nebulaphobia to oxyphobous,
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Words that include: phobo-, phob-, -phobia, -phobias,
-phobe, -phobiac, -phobist, -phobic, -phobism, -phobous
(Greek: fear, extreme fear of; morbid, excessive, irrational fear, or terror of something or someone; however, sometimes this Greek element means a strong dislike or hatred for something or someone)
An abnormal fear of fog or clouds.
An irrational dread of death and/or dead bodies or corpses.
An excessive fear of glass.
An exaggerated fear of a new medicine (drugs).
An intense fear of novelty, new things, change, innovations, or unfamiliar things.
An abnormal fear of clouds.
An irrational dread of night and its silence and darkness or of what might happen at night.
An excessive fear of names.
An exaggerated or excessive fear of contracting a disease or of becoming ill; such as, AIDS.
An excessive fear of hospitals. There are those who fear that they will go into the hospital healthy and then need treatment for an infection contacted while they were there.
An irrational fear of returning to one's home.
An exaggerated, irrational, or excessive fear or hatred of a stepmother.
An extreme fear of death by nuclear weapons.
An abnormal fear of nakedness or nudity.
A fear of numbers or distress when having to use them.
An abnormal fear of darkness or night. Examples of this phobia include not going out at night and making sure that there are plenty of lights on in ones residence.
A fear of gaining weight.
An abnormal fear of crowds or of being in crowded places.
An irrational dread of vehicles.
A fear of being covered with gold paint (Gilt Complex?).
A fear of teeth, especially those of animals.
odynephobia, odynophobia, odynesphobia:
An irrational fear of pain.
A fear of home surroundings and certain items in the home (electrical, etc.).
A fanatical fear of wine; hatred or extreme dislike of wine.
olfactophobia; osmophobia, osphresiophobia:
An extreme hatred or fear of having certain odors.
1. An excessive fear of rain.
2. In biology, intolerant of prolonged rain.
An exaggerated fear of eyes.
A fear of having wet dreams.
An intense fear of dreaming or of what they might mean.
An irrational fear of a certain name or hearing a certain word or words because they may have special significance.
ophiciophobia, ophidiophobia, ophiophobia:
An excessive fear of snakes or other reptiles.
An excessive fear of odors.
An abnormal fear of being stared at.
An exaggerated fear of opening ones eyes.
An excessive fear of birds.
An excessive dislike or fear of propriety or correct behavior.
osmophobia, ospheresiophobia; olfactophobia:
An irrational dread of certain odors.
An extreme fear of bodily odors, either ones own or that of others.
An abnormal fear of shellfish.
An abnormal fear of heaven, thoughts related to heaven, or the sky.
In biology, thriving in alkaline habitats; and so, intolerant of acidic conditions.