List of Virtues
◦ Ability - a quality that permits or facilitates achievement or accomplishment
◦ Acceptance - a disposition to tolerate or accept people or situations
◦ Acuity - keenness of hearing, sight, or intellect
◦ Affability - good-natured, friendly, and easy to talk to
◦ Altruism - the quality of unselfish concern for the welfare of others
◦ Appreciation - understanding of the nature or meaning or quality or magnitude of something
◦ Assiduousness - showing persistent and hard-working effort in doing something
◦ Assertiveness - aggressive self-assurance; given to making bold assertions
◦ Attentiveness - the trait of being observant and paying attention
◦ Autonomy - immunity from arbitrary exercise of authority; political independence
◦ Awareness - the ability to perceive, to feel, or to be conscious of events, objects or patterns
◦ Balance - the ability to remain poised; to give equal attention to all things; to be fair
◦ Beauty - the qualities that give pleasure to the senses
◦ Benevolence - an inclination to do kind or charitable acts
◦ Candor - the ability to make judgments free from discrimination or dishonesty
◦ Caring - feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others
◦ Caution - judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger
◦ Charity - a kindly and lenient attitude toward people
◦ Chastity - abstaining from sexual relations
◦ Cleanliness - the habit of keeping free of superficial imperfections
◦ Commitment - the trait of sincere and steadfast fixity of purpose
◦ Compassion - the humane quality of understanding the suffering of others and wanting to do something about it
◦ Confidence - freedom from doubt; belief in yourself and your abilities
◦ Conscientiousness - the trait of being painstaking and careful
◦ Consideration - the process of giving careful thought to something
◦ Contentment - happiness with one’s situation in life
◦ Cooperativeness - amenability: the trait of working well with others
◦ Courage - a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear
◦ Courteousness - exhibiting politeness and gracious good manners
◦ Creativity - a mental and social process involving the generation of new ideas or concepts
◦ Curiosity - a state in which you want to learn more about something
◦ Daring - courage combined with a willingness to take risks or attempt difficult or unconventional things
◦ Dauntlessness - resolute courageousness; not to be daunted or intimidated; fearless; intrepid; bold
◦ Dependability - worthy of reliance or trust; consistent in performance or behavior
◦ Detachment - cool-headed withdrawal; avoiding emotional involvement
◦ Determination - the quality of being driven to do or achieve something; firmness of purpose
◦ Diligence - conscientiousness in paying proper attention to a task; giving the degree of care required in a given situation
◦ Discernment - understanding; the mental ability to discriminate between like things
◦ Discretion - knowing how to avoid embarrassment or distress
◦ Dutifulness - piety by virtue of devotion; the willingness to be obedient out of a sense of moral obligation and/or respect
◦ Empathy - understanding and entering into another’s feelings
◦ Encouragement - the expression of approval and support
◦ Endurance - the power to withstand hardship or stress
◦ Enthusiasm - exuberance; overflowing with eager enjoyment or approval
◦ Equanimity - composure; steadiness of mind under stress
◦ Equity - conformity to rules or standards
◦ Erudite - characterized by great knowledge; learned or scholarly; educated; knowledgeable; wise, sapient
◦ Excellence - possessing good qualities in high degree
◦ Fairness - ability to make judgments based on predetermined standards with honesty
◦ Faithfulness - the quality of being steadfast in affection or allegiance
◦ Fastidiousness - the trait of being painstakingly careful about matters of taste or style
◦ Fidelity - faithfulness to one’s duties; loyalty
◦ Fitness - to be in good physical condition
◦ Flexibility - the quality of being adaptable or variable
◦ Focus - the concentration of attention or energy on something
◦ Foresight - providence by virtue of planning prudently for the future
◦ Forgiveness - compassionate feelings that support a willingness to excuse a mistake or offense
◦ Fortitude - strength of mind that enables one to endure adversity with courage
◦ Friendliness - a feeling of liking for another person; enjoyment in their company; agreeableness
◦ Generosity - the trait of being willing to give your money or time
◦ Gentleness - acting in a manner that is mild and even-tempered
◦ Goodness - moral excellence or admirableness
◦ Graciousness - full of tact, kindness, and politeness
◦ Happiness - state of well-being characterized by emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy
◦ Health - the state of well-being free from disease
◦ Helpfulness - friendliness evidence by a kindly and helpful disposition
◦ Heroism - remarkable physical or moral courage
◦ Honesty - not disposed to cheat or defraud; dependable; to be frank
◦ Honor - an objectification of praiseworthiness, respect
◦ Hopefulness - aspirant; to wish for or desire something, regardless of the likelihood of its occurrence
◦ Hospitality - cordial reception; kindness in welcoming guests or strangers
◦ Humility - a disposition to be humble; a lack of false pride
◦ Humor - the use of ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity to evoke laughter
◦ Idealism - the quality of believing that things should be pursued to their most perfect form
◦ Imagination - the ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; the ability to form a mental image of something that is not perceived as real and is not present to the senses
◦ Impartiality - an inclination to weigh both views or opinions equally
◦ Independence - freedom from control or influence of another or others
◦ Industriousness - persevering determination to perform a task
◦ Ingenuity - the process of applying ideas to solve problems or meet challenges
◦ Innocence - the state of being unsullied by sin or moral wrong; lacking a knowledge of evil
◦ Insightfulness - shrewdness shown by keen, deep perception
◦ Integrity - moral soundness
◦ Intuition - instinctive knowing (without the use of rational processes)
◦ Inventiveness - the power of creative imagination; the mental faculty to create something new
◦ Judiciousness - showing wisdom, good sense, or discretion, often with the underlying objective of avoiding trouble or waste
◦ Justice - using right or fair judgment, especially involved in the determination of rights and the assignment of rewards and punishments
◦ Kindness - the quality of being warmhearted and considerate and humane and sympathetic
◦ Knowledgeable - thoroughly acquainted through study or experience
◦ Lovingness - the ability to feel or show affection
◦ Loyalty - to bind oneself completely; allegiance
◦ Meekness - the feeling of patient, submissive humbleness
◦ Mercy - leniency and compassion shown toward offenders by a person or agency charged with administering justice
◦ Meticulousness - taking extreme care with details
◦ Moderation - the quality of avoiding extremes and excesses
◦ Modesty - freedom from vanity or conceit; formality and propriety of manner
◦ Morality - concern for the distinction between good and evil or right and wrong
◦ Neatness - having an orderly and clean condition; the state of being neat and trim
◦ Nonviolence - rejecting the use of physical violence; passive acceptance of oppression amid the struggle against it
◦ Nurturing - the quality of desiring another to grow as a person; motherly
◦ Obedience - dutiful or submissive behavior with respect to another person
◦ Openness - an attitude of ready accessibility (especially about one’s actions or purposes); to be without concealment; not secretive
◦ Optimism - a general disposition to expect the best in all things
◦ Patience - good-natured tolerance of delay or incompetence
◦ Peacefulness - to be in a state that is calm and tranquil
◦ Perceptiveness - possessing or showing keen insight and understanding
◦ Preciseness - very careful about small details, especially of correct behavior
◦ Perseverance - to be persistent; continuing or repeating behavior
◦ Persistence - the quality of continuing steadily despite problems or difficulties
◦ Perspicacity - intelligence manifested by being astute (as in business dealings); the capacity to assess situations or circumstances shrewdly and to draw sound conclusions
◦ Philanthropy - voluntary promotion of human welfare
◦ Philomath – a lover of learning and study
◦ Piety - religious devotion or to spirituality; righteousness
◦ Potential - to possess the inherent capacity for coming into being
◦ Prudence - discretion in practical affairs
◦ Punctiliousness - very careful about the conventions of correct behavior and etiquette
◦ Purity - to lack sin or dilution
◦ Purposefulness - the quality of having meaning through having an aim
◦ Prayerfulness - to be devout; to cultivate a relationship with God
◦ Refinement - to achieve a highly-developed state of perfection; the quality of excellence in thought and manners and taste
◦ Reliable - able to be trusted to do what is expected or has been promised
◦ Remembrance - the ability to recall past occurrences
◦ Respectfulness - courteous regard for people’s feelings; one who feels or manifests veneration
◦ Reverence - to have a profound respect for someone or something, almost to the point of fearfulness
◦ Resilience - the positive ability to adapt, to rebound, to cope with catastrophic failure or obstacles
◦ Responsibility (moral & social) - a form of trustworthiness; the trait of being answerable to someone for something for one’s conduct
◦ Restraint - discipline in personal and social activities
◦ Righteousness - always behaving according to a religious or moral code
◦ Self-awareness - awareness of your own individuality
◦ Self-confidence - belief of one’s own power, judgment, ability, etc.
◦ Self-discipline - control of oneself; willpower
◦ Self-reliance - the capacity to rely on one’s own capabilities, and to manage one’s own affairs
◦ Self-respect - the knowledge of one’s own worth, valuing one’s self
◦ Selflessness - the quality of not putting yourself first but being willing to give your time or money or effort etc.
◦ Sensitivity - to be aware of an empathetic to the emotions of others
◦ Service - an act of help or assistance
◦ Sharing - using or enjoying something jointly with others
◦ Sincerity - the quality of being open and truthful; not deceitful or hypocritical; earnestness
◦ Skillfulness - the learned capacity to carry out pre-determined results often with the minimum outlay of time, energy, or both
◦ Spirituality - concern with things of the soul, or of God; reverence
◦ Sternness - uncompromising resolution
◦ Strength - the property of being physically or mentally strong
◦ Sympathy - an inclination to support or be loyal to or to agree with an opinion
◦ Tactfulness - the ability to have consideration in dealing with others and avoiding giving offense
◦ Temperance - the trait of avoiding excesses
◦ Tenacity - to be good at remembering; to be stubbornly unyielding
◦ Thankfulness - to be grateful as a positive emotion or attitude toward others in acknowledgment of a benefit on has received or will receive from another
◦ Thoroughness - conscientiousness in performing all aspects of a task; attention to detail
◦ Thoughtfulness - to possess the ability for calm, lengthy, intent consideration
◦ Trustworthiness - someone in whom one can place one’s trust and rest assured that the trust will not be betrayed
◦ Truthfulness - honesty, good faith, and sincerity in general; agreement with fact or reality in particular
◦ Understanding - the ability to think about and use concepts to deal adequately with an object
◦ Unity - an undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting
◦ Valor - exceptional or heroic courage when facing danger
◦ Vivaciousness - exhibiting or characterized by liveliness and high-spiritedness
◦ Welcoming - providing a warm and friendly environment for guests or strangers
◦ Wholesomeness - the quality of being beneficial and generally good
◦ Wisdom - accumulated knowledge or erudition or enlightenment
◦ Work - the ability to exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity
List of Vices
◦ Addiction - a state of physiological or psychological dependence on a potentially harmful drug
◦ Adultery - voluntary sexual relations between a married person and somebody other than his or her spouse
◦ Aggression - threatening behavior or actions
◦ Alcoholism - dependence on alcohol consumption to an extent that adversely affects social and work-related functioning and produces withdrawal symptoms when intake is stopped or greatly reduced
◦ Anger - a strong feeling of grievance and displeasure
◦ Antagonism - hostility or hatred causing opposition and ill will
◦ Arrogance - the act of feeling or showing self-importance and contempt or disregard for others
◦ Avarice - an unreasonably strong desire to obtain and keep money
◦ Bias - an unfair preference for or dislike of something
◦ Bigotry - when somebody with strong opinions, especially on politics, religion, or ethnicity, who refuses to accept different views
◦ Boastfulness - to refer immodestly to possessions or achievements
◦ Bragging - to talk with excessive pride about an achievement or possession
◦ Brutality - unrelentingly harsh and severe; extremely ruthless or cruel
◦ Callousness - showing no concern that other people are or might be hurt or upset
◦ Chauvinism - unreasoning, overenthusiastic, or aggressive loyalty to a particular gender, group, or cause
◦ Cheating - to deceive or mislead somebody, especially for personal advantage
◦ Conceit - a high opinion of your own qualities or abilities, especially one that is not justified
◦ Condescension - behavior that implies that somebody is graciously lowering himself or herself to the level of people less important or intelligent
◦ Corruption - dishonest exploitation of power for personal gain; extreme immorality or depravity
◦ Covetousness - to have a strong desire to possess something that belongs to somebody else
◦ Cowardice - an absence of courage
◦ Crabbiness - a disposition to be ill-tempered; irritable in character
◦ Crankiness - disagreeable and easily irritated or annoyed
◦ Craziness - not showing good sense or practicality; one affected by a psychiatric disorder
◦ Cruelty - deliberately and remorselessly causing pain or anguish; bringing about pain and distress
◦ Cupidity - greed, especially for money or possessions
◦ Decadence - a state of uninhibited immoral self-indulgence
◦ Deceitfulness - intentionally misleading or fraudulent
◦ Dementedness - completely unreasonable or lacking any sense of the consequences of actions taken; affected by the loss of intellectual functions
◦ Depressive - to make somebody feel very sad or hopeless
◦ Despairing - somebody that makes somebody else feel hopeless or exasperated; to feel there is no hope
◦ Discourtesy - behavior or an action that is bad-mannered or impolite
◦ Dishonesty - the use of lies or deceit, or the tendency to be deceitful
◦ Disloyalty - a lack of loyalty to a person, vow, organization, or state
◦ Disrespect - total contempt; to treat another with disregard
◦ Doubt - to feel unconvinced or uncertain about something, or think that something is unlikely
◦ Egoism - the practice of making personal welfare and interests a primary or sole concern, sometimes at the expense of others
◦ Envy - the resentful or unhappy feeling of wanting somebody else’s success, good fortune, qualities, or possessions
◦ Erratic - not predictable, regular, or consistent, especially in being likely to depart from expected standards at any time
◦ Extremism - the holding of radical political or religious views or the taking of extreme actions on the basis of those views
◦ Faithlessness - not believing in a religious faith; not to be trusted or relied on
◦ Falseness - done with or having the intention of deceiving somebody; treacherous
◦ Fanaticism - a holder of extreme or irrational enthusiasms or beliefs, especially in religion or politics
◦ Fearfulness - nervous and easily frightened
◦ Foolishness - showing, or resulting from, a lack of good sense or judgment
◦ Fussiness - an irritable petulant feeling; unnecessary elaborateness in details
◦ Glumness - quietly melancholic or miserable; gloomy ill-tempered
◦ Gluttony - the act or practice of eating and drinking to excess; to do anything to the point of wastefulness
◦ Greed - an overwhelming desire to have more of something such as money than is actually needed
◦ Grouchiness - easily upset; angry; tending to complain; habitually bad-tempered and irritable person
◦ Grumpiness - a fussy and eccentric disposition; bad-tempered or sullen
◦ Hastiness - to do things or act in a hurry because of impetuosity or lack of time
◦ Hatred - a feeling of intense hostility towards somebody or something
◦ Haughtiness - behaving in a superior, condescending, or arrogant way
◦ Heartlessness - having or showing no pity or kindness
◦ Hedonism - a devotion, especially a self-indulgent one, to pleasure and happiness as a way of life
◦ Hubris - excessive pride or arrogance
◦ Hypocrite - somebody who pretends to have admirable principles, beliefs, or feelings but behaves otherwise
◦ Hysteria - being impossible to hold back or control; to be afflicted with a state of extreme or exaggerated emotion such as excitement or panic, especially among large numbers of people
◦ Idiocy - extreme lack of intelligence or foresight
◦ Idleness - lazy and unwilling to work
◦ Impatience - tending to be annoyed at being kept waiting or by being delayed; unable to tolerate a particular thing and easily annoyed by it
◦ Impetuosity - to act on the spur of the moment, without considering the consequences
◦ Inanity - meaninglessness or senselessness that suggests a lack of understanding or intelligence
◦ Incompetence - lacking the skills, qualities, or ability to do something properly
◦ Indolence - lethargic and not showing any interest or making any effort
◦ Infidelity - unfaithfulness or disloyalty, especially to a sexual partner
◦ Inflexibility - firmly established and impossible to change; adhering firmly and stubbornly to a viewpoint or principle
◦ Injustice - unfair or unjust treatment of somebody, or an instance of this
◦ Insanity - extreme foolishness, or an act that demonstrates such foolishness
◦ Insolence - showing a malicious or aggressive lack of deference in speech or behavior; the quality of being boldly rude or disrespectful
◦ Intemperance - having or showing a lack of self-control, especially in expressing feelings or satisfying physical desires
◦ Irritability - easily annoyed or exasperated; extremely sensitive, especially to aggravation
◦ Jealousy - to feel bitter and unhappy because of another’s advantages, possessions, or luck; to feel suspicious about a rival’s or competitor’s influence, especially in regard to a loved one
◦ Languor - a pleasant feeling of weariness or weakness; listlessness and indifference in speech or behavior
◦ Lavishness - given or produced in abundance or to excess
◦ Laziness - unwilling to do any work or make an effort
◦ Lethargy - a state of physical slowness and mental dullness resulting from tiredness, disease, or drugs
◦ Lewdness - inclined to, characterized by, or inciting to lust or lechery; lascivious; obscene or indecent; salacious
◦ Liar - someone who does not tell the truth
◦ Licentiousness - pursuing desires aggressively and selfishly, unchecked by morality, especially in sexual matters
◦ Lunacy - behavior that is regarded as unintelligent, inconsiderate, or misguided, or an example of it
◦ Lust - the strong physical desire to have sex with somebody, usually without associated feelings of love or affection
◦ Madness - rash or thoughtless behavior
◦ Malice - the intention or desire to cause harm or pain to somebody; or to wish for someone to feel pain
◦ Manipulative - using clever, devious ways to control or influence somebody or something
◦ Melancholic - feeling or tending to feel a thoughtful or gentle sadness
◦ Mercilessness - very harsh in the judgment and treatment of others; showing no compassion toward somebody or something; to continue at a high level of violence or unpleasantness without pause or relief
◦ Moroseness - deep sadness; showing a brooding ill humor
◦ Moodiness - having temperamental and changeable moods; tending to change mood unpredictably from cheerful to bad-tempered
◦ Murderous - capable of, guilty of, or likely to commit murder
◦ Narcissism - excessive self-admiration and self-centeredness; overestimation of one’s own appearance and abilities and an excessive need for admiration
◦ Obduracy - stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing; not repentant
◦ Obsessive - a particular action or thing occupies one’s thoughts constantly and exclusively; worrying compulsively about something or things generally
◦ Obstinacy - stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually with implied unreasonableness
◦ Offensiveness - causing anger, resentment, or moral outrage, sometimes to the point of physical repugnance
◦ Perversion - deviating greatly from what is accepted as right, normal, or proper, relating specifically to sexual activities considered unusual or unacceptable
◦ Petulance - ill-tempered or sulky in a peevish manner
◦ Pitilessness - showing no mercy or compassion for the suffering of others
◦ Pomposity - an excessive sense of self-importance, usually displayed through exaggerated seriousness or stateliness in speech and manner
◦ Pride - a haughty attitude shown by somebody who believes, often unjustifiably, that he or she is better than others
◦ Prejudice - an unfounded hatred, fear, or mistrust of a person or group, especially one of a particular religion, ethnicity, nationality, sexual preference, or social status
◦ Preposterousness - going very much against what is thought to be sensible or reasonable
◦ Pretentiousness - acting as though more important or special than is warranted, or appearing to have an unrealistically high self-image
◦ Profligacy - extremely extravagant or wasteful
◦ Promiscuity - behavior characterized by casual and indiscriminate sexual intercourse, often with many people
◦ Rage - sudden and extreme anger
◦ Rashness - acting with, resulting from, or characteristic of thoughtless, impetuous behavior
◦ Recklessness - marked by a lack of thought about danger or other possible undesirable consequences
◦ Resentfulness - annoyed or bitter about having been badly treated, or characterized by such a feeling of annoyance
◦ Rowdiness - a rough and noisy person who often causes disturbances
◦ Rudeness - disagreeable or discourteous in manner or action; offensive to accepted standards of decency
◦ Ruthlessness - having or showing no pity or mercy
◦ Secrecy - unwillingness to reveal information
◦ Self-importance - an unrealistically high evaluation of your own importance or worth
◦ Self-indulgence - lack of self-control in pursuing your own pleasure or satisfaction
◦ Self-pity - the self-indulgent belief that your life is harder and sadder than everyone else’s
◦ Selfishness - concerned with your own interests, needs, and wishes while ignoring those of others
◦ Senselessness - apparently or really without purpose or meaning; demonstrating a lack of reason and intelligence
◦ Short-Sightedness - doing or determining without taking the future into account
◦ Sloth - a dislike of work or any kind of physical exertion
◦ Snobbishness - displaying an offensively superior condescending manner
◦ Spite - a malicious, usually small-minded desire to harm or humiliate somebody
◦ Stingy - not generous in giving or spending money
◦ Stubbornness - unreasonably and obstructively determined to persevere or prevail
◦ Sulkiness - a sullen moody resentful disposition; in a bad mood and refusing to communicate because of resentment for a real or imagined grievance
◦ Sullenness - dourly disposition; showing bad temper or hostility by a refusal to talk, behave sociably, or cooperate cheerfully
◦ Tetchiness - oversensitive and easily upset or annoyed
◦ Thieving - to steal something, or steal things
◦ Thoughtlessness - showing a lack of planning or forethought; showing a lack of consideration for other people or for consequences
◦ Treasonous - one willing to betray the allegiance owed by somebody to his or her own country
◦ Triteness - one who overuses common phrases or conversation topics and consequently makes them lack in interest or originality
◦ Tricky - likely to cheat or outwit somebody
◦ Twisted - morally unacceptable; badly affected by unpleasant experiences or constant disappointment
◦ Unfaithfulness - engaging in sexual relations with somebody other than a spouse or partner; untrue to commitments, duties, beliefs, or ideals
◦ Unloving - not giving or reciprocating affection
◦ Untrustworthiness - the trait of not deserving trust or confidence
◦ Vainglory - excessive pride in or boastfulness about personal abilities or achievements
◦ Vanity - excessive pride, especially in personal appearance
◦ Vengeful - having or showing a strong desire for revenge
◦ Voracity - unusually eager or enthusiastic about an activity
◦ Wastefulness - using resources unwisely
◦ Weakness - lack of strength, power, or determination
◦ Wildness - overwhelmed by a strong emotion such as anger, grief, or desire; not tame; living or having lived in the wilderness
◦ Wrath - strong anger, often with a desire for revenge
◦ Zealousness - actively and unreservedly enthusiastic to the point of fervor
List of Phobias
Ablutophobia- Fear of washing or bathing.
Acarophobia- Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching.
Acerophobia- Fear of sourness.
Achluophobia- Fear of darkness.
Acousticophobia- Fear of noise.
Acrophobia- Fear of heights.
Aerophobia- Fear of drafts, air swallowing, or airbourne noxious substances.
Aeroacrophobia- Fear of open high places.
Aeronausiphobia- Fear of vomiting secondary to airsickness.
Agateophobia- Fear of insanity.
Agliophobia- Fear of pain.
Agoraphobia- Fear of open spaces or of being in crowded, public places like markets. Fear of leaving a safe place.
Agraphobia- Fear of sexual abuse.
Agrizoophobia- Fear of wild animals.
Agyrophobia- Fear of streets or crossing the street.
Aichmophobia- Fear of needles or pointed objects.
Ailurophobia- Fear of cats.
Albuminurophobia- Fear of kidney disease.
Alektorophobia- Fear of chickens.
Algophobia- Fear of pain.
Alliumphobia- Fear of garlic.
Allodoxaphobia- Fear of opinions.
Altophobia- Fear of heights.
Amathophobia- Fear of dust.
Amaxophobia- Fear of riding in a car.
Ambulophobia- Fear of walking.
Amnesiphobia- Fear of amnesia.
Amychophobia- Fear of scratches or being scratched.
Anablephobia- Fear of looking up.
Ancraophobia- Fear of wind. (Anemophobia)
Androphobia- Fear of men.
Anemophobia- Fear of air drafts or wind.(Ancraophobia)
Anginophobia- Fear of angina, choking or narrowness.
Anglophobia- Fear of England or English culture, etc.
Angrophobia - Fear of anger or of becoming angry.
Ankylophobia- Fear of immobility of a joint.
Anthrophobia or Anthophobia- Fear of flowers.
Anthropophobia- Fear of people or society.
Antlophobia- Fear of floods.
Anuptaphobia- Fear of staying single.
Apeirophobia- Fear of infinity.
Aphenphosmphobia- Fear of being touched. (Haphephobia)
Apiphobia- Fear of bees.
Apotemnophobia- Fear of persons with amputations.
Arachibutyrophobia- Fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth.
Arachnephobia or Arachnophobia- Fear of spiders.
Arithmophobia- Fear of numbers.
Arrhenphobia- Fear of men.
Arsonphobia- Fear of fire.
Asthenophobia- Fear of fainting or weakness.
Astraphobia or Astrapophobia- Fear of thunder and lightning.(Ceraunophobia, Keraunophobia)
Astrophobia- Fear of stars or celestial space.
Asymmetriphobia- Fear of asymmetrical things.
Ataxiophobia- Fear of ataxia. (muscular incoordination)
Ataxophobia- Fear of disorder or untidiness.
Atelophobia- Fear of imperfection.
Atephobia- Fear of ruin or ruins.
Athazagoraphobia- Fear of being forgotton or ignored or forgetting.
Atomosophobia- Fear of atomic explosions.
Atychiphobia- Fear of failure.
Aulophobia- Fear of flutes.
Aurophobia- Fear of gold.
Auroraphobia- Fear of Northern lights.
Autodysomophobia- Fear of one that has a vile odor.
Automatonophobia- Fear of ventriloquist's dummies, animatronic creatures, wax statues - anything that falsly represents a sentient being.
Automysophobia- Fear of being dirty.
Autophobia- Fear of being alone or of oneself.
Aviophobia or Aviatophobia- Fear of flying.
Bacillophobia- Fear of microbes.
Bacteriophobia- Fear of bacteria.
Ballistophobia- Fear of missiles or bullets.
Bolshephobia- Fear of Bolsheviks.
Barophobia- Fear of gravity.
Basophobia or Basiphobia- Inability to stand. Fear of walking or falling.
Bathmophobia- Fear of stairs or steep slopes.
Bathophobia- Fear of depth.
Batophobia- Fear of heights or being close to high buildings.
Batrachophobia- Fear of amphibians, such as frogs, newts, salamanders, etc.
Belonephobia- Fear of pins and needles. (Aichmophobia)
Bibliophobia- Fear of books.
Blennophobia- Fear of slime.
Bogyphobia- Fear of bogeys or the bogeyman.
Botanophobia- Fear of plants.
Bromidrosiphobia or Bromidrophobia- Fear of body smells.
Brontophobia- Fear of thunder and lightning.
Bufonophobia- Fear of toads.
Cacophobia- Fear of ugliness.
Cainophobia or Cainotophobia- Fear of newness, novelty.
Caligynephobia- Fear of beautiful women.
Cancerophobia or Carcinophobia- Fear of cancer.
Cardiophobia- Fear of the heart.
Carnophobia- Fear of meat.
Catagelophobia- Fear of being ridiculed.
Catapedaphobia- Fear of jumping from high and low places.
Cathisophobia- Fear of sitting.
Catoptrophobia- Fear of mirrors.
Cenophobia or Centophobia- Fear of new things or ideas.
Ceraunophobia or Keraunophobia- Fear of thunder and lightning.(Astraphobia, Astrapophobia)
Chaetophobia- Fear of hair.
Cheimaphobia or Cheimatophobia- Fear of cold.(Frigophobia, Psychophobia)
Chemophobia- Fear of chemicals or working with chemicals.
Cherophobia- Fear of gaiety.
Chionophobia- Fear of snow.
Chiraptophobia- Fear of being touched.
Chirophobia- Fear of hands.
Chiroptophobia- Fear of bats.
Cholerophobia- Fear of anger or the fear of cholera.
Chorophobia- Fear of dancing.
Chrometophobia or Chrematophobia- Fear of money.
Chromophobia or Chromatophobia- Fear of colors.
Chronophobia- Fear of time.
Chronomentrophobia- Fear of clocks.
Cibophobia- Fear of food.(Sitophobia, Sitiophobia)
Claustrophobia- Fear of confined spaces.
Cleithrophobia or Cleisiophobia- Fear of being locked in an enclosed place.
Cleptophobia- Fear of stealing.
Climacophobia- Fear of stairs, climbing, or of falling downstairs.
Clinophobia- Fear of going to bed.
Clithrophobia or Cleithrophobia- Fear of being enclosed.
Cnidophobia- Fear of stings.
Cometophobia- Fear of comets.
Coimetrophobia- Fear of cemeteries.
Coitophobia- Fear of coitus.
Contreltophobia- Fear of sexual abuse.
Coprastasophobia- Fear of constipation.
Coprophobia- Fear of feces.
Consecotaleophobia- Fear of chopsticks.
Coulrophobia- Fear of clowns.
Counterphobia- The preference by a phobic for fearful situations.
Cremnophobia- Fear of precipices.
Cryophobia- Fear of extreme cold, ice or frost.
Crystallophobia- Fear of crystals or glass.
Cyberphobia- Fear of computers or working on a computer.
Cyclophobia- Fear of bicycles.
Cymophobia or Kymophobia- Fear of waves or wave like motions.
Cynophobia- Fear of dogs or rabies.
Cypridophobia or Cypriphobia or Cyprianophobia or Cyprinophobia - Fear of prostitutes or venereal disease.
Decidophobia- Fear of making decisions.
Defecaloesiophobia- Fear of painful bowels movements.
Deipnophobia- Fear of dining or dinner conversations.
Dementophobia- Fear of insanity.
Demonophobia or Daemonophobia- Fear of demons.
Demophobia- Fear of crowds. (Agoraphobia)
Dendrophobia- Fear of trees.
Dentophobia- Fear of dentists.
Dermatophobia- Fear of skin lesions.
Dermatosiophobia or Dermatophobia or Dermatopathophobia- Fear of skin disease.
Dextrophobia- Fear of objects at the right side of the body.
Diabetophobia- Fear of diabetes.
Didaskaleinophobia- Fear of going to school.
Dikephobia- Fear of justice.
Dinophobia- Fear of dizziness or whirlpools.
Diplophobia- Fear of double vision.
Dipsophobia- Fear of drinking.
Dishabiliophobia- Fear of undressing in front of someone.
Disposophobia- Fear of throwing stuff out. Hoarding.
Domatophobia- Fear of houses or being in a house.(Eicophobia, Oikophobia)
Doraphobia- Fear of fur or skins of animals.
Doxophobia- Fear of expressing opinions or of receiving praise.
Dromophobia- Fear of crossing streets.
Dutchphobia- Fear of the Dutch.
Dysmorphophobia- Fear of deformity.
Dystychiphobia- Fear of accidents.
Ecclesiophobia- Fear of church.
Ecophobia- Fear of home.
Eicophobia- Fear of home surroundings.(Domatophobia, Oikophobia)
Eisoptrophobia- Fear of mirrors or of seeing oneself in a mirror.
Electrophobia- Fear of electricity.
Eleutherophobia- Fear of freedom.
Elurophobia- Fear of cats. (Ailurophobia)
Emetophobia- Fear of vomiting.
Enetophobia- Fear of pins.
Enochlophobia- Fear of crowds.
Enosiophobia or Enissophobia- Fear of having committed an unpardonable sin or of criticism.
Entomophobia- Fear of insects.
Eosophobia- Fear of dawn or daylight.
Ephebiphobia- Fear of teenagers.
Epistaxiophobia- Fear of nosebleeds.
Epistemophobia- Fear of knowledge.
Equinophobia- Fear of horses.
Eremophobia- Fear of being oneself or of lonliness.
Ereuthrophobia- Fear of blushing.
Ergasiophobia- 1) Fear of work or functioning. 2) Surgeon's fear of operating.
Ergophobia- Fear of work.
Erotophobia- Fear of sexual love or sexual questions.
Euphobia- Fear of hearing good news.
Eurotophobia- Fear of female genitalia.
Erythrophobia or Erytophobia or Ereuthophobia- 1) Fear of redlights. 2) Blushing. 3) Red.
Febriphobia or Fibriphobia or Fibriophobia- Fear of fever.
Felinophobia- Fear of cats. (Ailurophobia, Elurophobia, Galeophobia, Gatophobia)
Francophobia- Fear of France or French culture. (Gallophobia, Galiophobia)
Frigophobia- Fear of cold or cold things.(Cheimaphobia, Cheimatophobia, Psychrophobia)
Galeophobia or Gatophobia- Fear of cats.
Gallophobia or Galiophobia- Fear France or French culture. (Francophobia)
Gamophobia- Fear of marriage.
Geliophobia- Fear of laughter.
Gelotophobia- Fear of being laughed at.
Geniophobia- Fear of chins.
Genophobia- Fear of sex.
Genuphobia- Fear of knees.
Gephyrophobia or Gephydrophobia or Gephysrophobia- Fear of crossing bridges.
Germanophobia- Fear of Germany or German culture.
Gerascophobia- Fear of growing old.
Gerontophobia- Fear of old people or of growing old.
Geumaphobia or Geumophobia- Fear of taste.
Glossophobia- Fear of speaking in public or of trying to speak.
Gnosiophobia- Fear of knowledge.
Graphophobia- Fear of writing or handwriting.
Gymnophobia- Fear of nudity.
Gynephobia or Gynophobia- Fear of women.
Hadephobia- Fear of hell.
Hagiophobia- Fear of saints or holy things.
Hamartophobia- Fear of sinning.
Haphephobia or Haptephobia- Fear of being touched.
Harpaxophobia- Fear of being robbed.
Hedonophobia- Fear of feeling pleasure.
Heliophobia- Fear of the sun.
Hellenologophobia- Fear of Greek terms or complex scientific terminology.
Helminthophobia- Fear of being infested with worms.
Hemophobia or Hemaphobia or Hematophobia- Fear of blood.
Heresyphobia or Hereiophobia- Fear of challenges to official doctrine or of radical deviation.
Herpetophobia- Fear of reptiles or creepy, crawly things.
Heterophobia- Fear of the opposite sex. (Sexophobia)
Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia- Fear of the number 666.
Hierophobia- Fear of priests or sacred things.
Hippophobia- Fear of horses.
Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia- Fear of long words.
Hobophobia- Fear of bums or beggars.
Hodophobia- Fear of road travel.
Hormephobia- Fear of shock.
Homichlophobia- Fear of fog.
Homilophobia- Fear of sermons.
Hominophobia- Fear of men.
Homophobia- Fear of sameness, monotony or of homosexuality or of becoming homosexual.
Hoplophobia- Fear of firearms.
Hydrargyophobia- Fear of mercurial medicines.
Hydrophobia- Fear of water or of rabies.
Hydrophobophobia- Fear of rabies.
Hyelophobia or Hyalophobia- Fear of glass.
Hygrophobia- Fear of liquids, dampness, or moisture.
Hylephobia- Fear of materialism or the fear of epilepsy.
Hylophobia- Fear of forests.
Hypengyophobia or Hypegiaphobia- Fear of responsibility.
Hypnophobia- Fear of sleep or of being hypnotized.
Hypsiphobia- Fear of height.
Iatrophobia- Fear of going to the doctor or of doctors.
Ichthyophobia- Fear of fish.
Ideophobia- Fear of ideas.
Illyngophobia- Fear of vertigo or feeling dizzy when looking down.
Iophobia- Fear of poison.
Insectophobia - Fear of insects.
Isolophobia- Fear of solitude, being alone.
Isopterophobia- Fear of termites, insects that eat wood.
Ithyphallophobia- Fear of seeing, thinking about or having an erect penis.
Japanophobia- Fear of Japanese.
Judeophobia- Fear of Jews.
The Phobia List - © 1995-2001 Fredd Culbertson
Kainolophobia or Kainophobia- Fear of anything new, novelty.
Kakorrhaphiophobia- Fear of failure or defeat.
Katagelophobia- Fear of ridicule.
Kathisophobia- Fear of sitting down.
Katsaridaphobia- Fear of cockroaches.
Kenophobia- Fear of voids or empty spaces.
Keraunophobia or Ceraunophobia- Fear of thunder and lightning.(Astraphobia, Astrapophobia)
Kinetophobia or Kinesophobia- Fear of movement or motion.
Kleptophobia- Fear of stealing.
Koinoniphobia- Fear of rooms.
Kolpophobia- Fear of genitals, particularly female.
Kopophobia- Fear of fatigue.
Koniophobia- Fear of dust. (Amathophobia)
Kosmikophobia- Fear of cosmic phenomenon.
Kymophobia- Fear of waves. (Cymophobia)
Kynophobia- Fear of rabies.
Kyphophobia- Fear of stooping.
Lachanophobia- Fear of vegetables.
Laliophobia or Lalophobia- Fear of speaking.
Leprophobia or Lepraphobia- Fear of leprosy.
Leukophobia- Fear of the color white.
Levophobia- Fear of things to the left side of the body.
Ligyrophobia- Fear of loud noises.
Lilapsophobia- Fear of tornadoes and hurricanes.
Limnophobia- Fear of lakes.
Linonophobia- Fear of string.
Liticaphobia- Fear of lawsuits.
Lockiophobia- Fear of childbirth.
Logizomechanophobia- Fear of computers.
Logophobia- Fear of words.
Luiphobia- Fear of lues, syphillis.
Lutraphobia- Fear of otters.
Lygophobia- Fear of darkness.
Lyssophobia- Fear of rabies or of becoming mad.
Macrophobia- Fear of long waits.
Mageirocophobia- Fear of cooking.
Maieusiophobia- Fear of childbirth.
Malaxophobia- Fear of love play. (Sarmassophobia)
Maniaphobia- Fear of insanity.
Mastigophobia- Fear of punishment.
Mechanophobia- Fear of machines.
Medomalacuphobia- Fear of losing an erection.
Medorthophobia- Fear of an erect penis.
Megalophobia- Fear of large things.
Melissophobia- Fear of bees.
Melanophobia- Fear of the color black.
Melophobia- Fear or hatred of music.
Meningitophobia- Fear of brain disease.
Menophobia- Fear of menstruation.
Merinthophobia- Fear of being bound or tied up.
Metallophobia- Fear of metal.
Metathesiophobia- Fear of changes.
Meteorophobia- Fear of meteors.
Methyphobia- Fear of alcohol.
Metrophobia- Fear or hatred of poetry.
Microbiophobia- Fear of microbes. (Bacillophobia)
Microphobia- Fear of small things.
Misophobia or Mysophobia- Fear of being contaminated with dirt or germs.
Mnemophobia- Fear of memories.
Molysmophobia or Molysomophobia- Fear of dirt or contamination.
Monophobia- Fear of solitude or being alone.
Monopathophobia- Fear of definite disease.
Motorphobia- Fear of automobiles.
Mottephobia- Fear of moths.
Musophobia or Muriphobia- Fear of mice.
Mycophobia- Fear or aversion to mushrooms.
Mycrophobia- Fear of small things.
Myctophobia- Fear of darkness.
Myrmecophobia- Fear of ants.
Mythophobia- Fear of myths or stories or false statements.
Myxophobia- Fear of slime. (Blennophobia)
Nebulaphobia- Fear of fog. (Homichlophobia)
Necrophobia- Fear of death or dead things.
Nelophobia- Fear of glass.
Neopharmaphobia- Fear of new drugs.
Neophobia- Fear of anything new.
Nephophobia- Fear of clouds.
Noctiphobia- Fear of the night.
Nomatophobia- Fear of names.
Nosocomephobia- Fear of hospitals.
Nosophobia or Nosemaphobia- Fear of becoming ill.
Nostophobia- Fear of returning home.
Novercaphobia- Fear of your step-mother.
Nucleomituphobia- Fear of nuclear weapons.
Nudophobia- Fear of nudity.
Numerophobia- Fear of numbers.
Nyctohylophobia- Fear of dark wooded areas or of forests at night
Nyctophobia- Fear of the dark or of night.
Obesophobia- Fear of gaining weight.(Pocrescophobia)
Ochlophobia- Fear of crowds or mobs.
Ochophobia- Fear of vehicles.
Octophobia - Fear of the figure 8.
Odontophobia- Fear of teeth or dental surgery.
Odynophobia or Odynephobia- Fear of pain. (Algophobia)
Oenophobia- Fear of wines.
Oikophobia- Fear of home surroundings, house.(Domatophobia, Eicophobia)
Olfactophobia- Fear of smells.
Ombrophobia- Fear of rain or of being rained on.
Ommetaphobia or Ommatophobia- Fear of eyes.
Omphalophobia- Fear of belly buttons.
Oneirophobia- Fear of dreams.
Oneirogmophobia- Fear of wet dreams.
Onomatophobia- Fear of hearing a certain word or of names.
Ophidiophobia- Fear of snakes. (Snakephobia)
Ophthalmophobia- Fear of being stared at.
Opiophobia- Fear medical doctors experience of prescribing needed pain medications for patients.
Optophobia- Fear of opening one's eyes.
Ornithophobia- Fear of birds.
Orthophobia- Fear of property.
Osmophobia or Osphresiophobia- Fear of smells or odors.
Ostraconophobia- Fear of shellfish.
Ouranophobia or Uranophobia- Fear of heaven.
Pagophobia- Fear of ice or frost.
Panthophobia- Fear of suffering and disease.
Panophobia or Pantophobia- Fear of everything.
Papaphobia- Fear of the Pope.
Papyrophobia- Fear of paper.
Paralipophobia- Fear of neglecting duty or responsibility.
Paraphobia- Fear of sexual perversion.
Parasitophobia- Fear of parasites.
Paraskavedekatriaphobia- Fear of Friday the 13th.
Parthenophobia- Fear of virgins or young girls.
Pathophobia- Fear of disease.
Patroiophobia- Fear of heredity.
Parturiphobia- Fear of childbirth.
Peccatophobia- Fear of sinning or imaginary crimes.
Pediculophobia- Fear of lice.
Pediophobia- Fear of dolls.
Pedophobia- Fear of children.
Peladophobia- Fear of bald people.
Pellagrophobia- Fear of pellagra.
Peniaphobia- Fear of poverty.
Pentheraphobia- Fear of mother-in-law. (Novercaphobia)
Phagophobia- Fear of swallowing or of eating or of being eaten.
Phalacrophobia- Fear of becoming bald.
Phallophobia- Fear of a penis, esp erect.
Pharmacophobia- Fear of taking medicine.
Phasmophobia- Fear of ghosts.
Phengophobia- Fear of daylight or sunshine.
Philemaphobia or Philematophobia- Fear of kissing.
Philophobia- Fear of falling in love or being in love.
Philosophobia- Fear of philosophy.
Phobophobia- Fear of phobias.
Photoaugliaphobia- Fear of glaring lights.
Photophobia- Fear of light.
Phonophobia- Fear of noises or voices or one's own voice; of telephones.
Phronemophobia- Fear of thinking.
Phthiriophobia- Fear of lice. (Pediculophobia)
Phthisiophobia- Fear of tuberculosis.
Placophobia- Fear of tombstones.
Plutophobia- Fear of wealth.
Pluviophobia- Fear of rain or of being rained on.
Pneumatiphobia- Fear of spirits.
Pnigophobia or Pnigerophobia- Fear of choking of being smothered.
Pocrescophobia- Fear of gaining weight. (Obesophobia)
Pogonophobia- Fear of beards.
Poliosophobia- Fear of contracting poliomyelitis.
Politicophobia- Fear or abnormal dislike of politicians.
Polyphobia- Fear of many things.
Poinephobia- Fear of punishment.
Ponophobia- Fear of overworking or of pain.
Porphyrophobia- Fear of the color purple.
Potamophobia- Fear of rivers or running water.
Potophobia- Fear of alcohol.
Pharmacophobia- Fear of drugs.
Proctophobia- Fear of rectums.
Prosophobia- Fear of progress.
Psellismophobia- Fear of stuttering.
Psychophobia- Fear of mind.
Psychrophobia- Fear of cold.
Pteromerhanophobia- Fear of flying.
Pteronophobia- Fear of being tickled by feathers.
Pupaphobia - Fear of puppets.
Pyrexiophobia- Fear of Fever.
Pyrophobia- Fear of fire.
Radiophobia- Fear of radiation, x-rays.
Ranidaphobia- Fear of frogs.
Rectophobia- Fear of rectum or rectal diseases.
Rhabdophobia- Fear of being severely punished or beaten by a rod, or of being severely criticized. Also fear of magic.(wand)
Rhypophobia- Fear of defecation.
Rhytiphobia- Fear of getting wrinkles.
Rupophobia- Fear of dirt.
Russophobia- Fear of Russians.
Samhainophobia: Fear of Halloween.
Sarmassophobia- Fear of love play. (Malaxophobia)
Satanophobia- Fear of Satan.
Scabiophobia- Fear of scabies.
Scatophobia- Fear of fecal matter.
Scelerophibia- Fear of bad men, burglars.
Sciophobia Sciaphobia- Fear of shadows.
Scoleciphobia- Fear of worms.
Scolionophobia- Fear of school.
Scopophobia or Scoptophobia- Fear of being seen or stared at.
Scotomaphobia- Fear of blindness in visual field.
Scotophobia- Fear of darkness. (Achluophobia)
Scriptophobia- Fear of writing in public.
Selachophobia- Fear of sharks.
Selaphobia- Fear of light flashes.
Selenophobia- Fear of the moon.
Seplophobia- Fear of decaying matter.
Sesquipedalophobia- Fear of long words.
Sexophobia- Fear of the opposite sex. (Heterophobia)
Siderodromophobia- Fear of trains, railroads or train travel.
Siderophobia- Fear of stars.
Sinistrophobia- Fear of things to the left or left-handed.
Sinophobia- Fear of Chinese, Chinese culture.
Sitophobia or Sitiophobia- Fear of food or eating. (Cibophobia)
Snakephobia- Fear of snakes. (Ophidiophobia)
Soceraphobia- Fear of parents-in-law.
Social Phobia- Fear of being evaluated negatively in social situations.
Sociophobia- Fear of society or people in general.
Somniphobia- Fear of sleep.
Sophophobia- Fear of learning.
Soteriophobia - Fear of dependence on others.
Spacephobia- Fear of outer space.
Spectrophobia- Fear of specters or ghosts.
Spermatophobia or Spermophobia- Fear of germs.
Spheksophobia- Fear of wasps.
Stasibasiphobia or Stasiphobia- Fear of standing or walking. (Ambulophobia)
Staurophobia- Fear of crosses or the crucifix.
Stenophobia- Fear of narrow things or places.
Stygiophobia or Stigiophobia- Fear of hell.
Suriphobia- Fear of mice.
Symbolophobia- Fear of symbolism.
Symmetrophobia- Fear of symmetry.
Syngenesophobia- Fear of relatives.
Syphilophobia- Fear of syphilis.
Tachophobia- Fear of speed.
Taeniophobia or Teniophobia- Fear of tapeworms.
Taphephobia Taphophobia- Fear of being buried alive or of cemeteries.
Tapinophobia- Fear of being contagious.
Taurophobia- Fear of bulls.
Technophobia- Fear of technology.
Teleophobia- 1) Fear of definite plans. 2) Religious ceremony.
Telephonophobia- Fear of telephones.
Teratophobia- Fear of bearing a deformed child or fear of monsters or deformed people.
Testophobia- Fear of taking tests.
Tetanophobia- Fear of lockjaw, tetanus.
Teutophobia- Fear of German or German things.
Textophobia- Fear of certain fabrics.
Thaasophobia- Fear of sitting.
Thalassophobia- Fear of the sea.
Thanatophobia or Thantophobia- Fear of death or dying.
Theatrophobia- Fear of theatres.
Theologicophobia- Fear of theology.
Theophobia- Fear of gods or religion.
Thermophobia- Fear of heat.
Tocophobia- Fear of pregnancy or childbirth.
Tomophobia- Fear of surgical operations.
Tonitrophobia- Fear of thunder.
Topophobia- Fear of certain places or situations, such as stage fright.
Toxiphobia or Toxophobia or Toxicophobia- Fear of poison or of being accidently poisoned.
Traumatophobia- Fear of injury.
Tremophobia- Fear of trembling.
Trichinophobia- Fear of trichinosis.
Trichopathophobia or Trichophobia- Fear of hair. (Chaetophobia, Hypertrichophobia)
Triskaidekaphobia- Fear of the number 13.
Tropophobia- Fear of moving or making changes.
Trypanophobia- Fear of injections.
Tuberculophobia- Fear of tuberculosis.
Tyrannophobia- Fear of tyrants.
Uranophobia or Ouranophobia- Fear of heaven.
Urophobia- Fear of urine or urinating.
Vaccinophobia- Fear of vaccination.
Venustraphobia- Fear of beautiful women.
Verbophobia- Fear of words.
Verminophobia- Fear of germs.
Vestiphobia- Fear of clothing.
Virginitiphobia- Fear of rape.
Vitricophobia- Fear of step-father.
Walloonphobia- Fear of the Walloons.
Wiccaphobia: Fear of witches and witchcraft.
Xanthophobia- Fear of the color yellow or the word yellow.
Xenoglossophobia- Fear of foreign languages.
Xenophobia- Fear of strangers or foreigners.
Xerophobia- Fear of dryness.
Xylophobia- 1) Fear of wooden objects. 2) Forests.
Xyrophobia-Fear of razors.
Zelophobia- Fear of jealousy.
Zeusophobia- Fear of God or gods.
Zemmiphobia- Fear of the great mole rat.
Zoophobia- Fear of animals.