<psychology> Morbid fear of being touched by the finger or any slender pointed object. ... Origin: G. Aichme, a point, + phobos, fear ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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aichmophobia, aichurophobia 1. An excessive fear of pointed objects, such as knives, nails, and forks. Symptoms of this phobia may lead to unusual eating habits; such as, eating alone or without silverware, or to the selection of an occupation in which the phobic person will not have to see or use dangerous implements or their symbolic equivalents.
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Aichmophobia (pronounced [īk-mō-fō′bē-ă]) is a kind of specific phobia, the morbid fear of sharp things, such as pencils, needles, knives, a pointing finger, or even the sharp end of an umbrella. It is derived from the Greek aichmē (point) and phobos (fear). Sometimes this general term is used to refer to what is more specifically called t
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Type: Term Pronunciation: īk-mō-fō′bē-ă Definitions: 1. Morbid fear of being touched by the finger or any slender pointed object.
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Aichmophobia is the fear of needles or pointed objects.
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fear of sharp or pointed objects (such as a needle or knife)
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