The English suffixes -phobia, -phobic, -phobe occur in technical usage in
psychiatry to ..... The Aldrich Dictionary of Phobias and Other Word Families.
Jul 17, 1995 ... or Click here for the Indexed Phobia List - Phobia followed by its scientific name
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Aug 8, 2011 ... A phobia is defined as 'an extreme or irrational fear of something'. Explore the list
of ... On reading the Canadian Oxford Dictionary: the letter B.
A person possessed of a phobia is a -phobe, e.g. acrophobe, claustrophobe,
Russophobe. The adjective describing these conditions is -phobic, e.g.
Phobia Fear of some thing there are a lot of difrent Phobias i have a list for you A
Ablutophobia- Fear of washing or bathing Aerophobia- Fear of s...
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"irrational fear, horror, aversion," 1786, perhaps on model of similar use in French
, abstracted from compounds in -phobia, from Greek -phobia, from phobos "fear ...
While the Phobia List includes phobias used in medical papers or other printed
sources, but not in a major reference dictionary, I strongly recommend it to those
A phobia is an intense and irrational fear of something. If seeing a spider makes
you scream and jump on top of a table, then you might suffer from a phobia.
Definition of phobianoun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. Meaning,
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