Necrophobia

Nec`ro·pho'bi·a noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... a dead body + ... to fear.] An exaggerated fear of death or horror of dead bodies.
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necrophobia

<psychology> An exaggerated fear of death or horror of dead bodies. ... Origin: Gr. Necros = a dead body, phobos = fear. ... (16 Mar 1998) ...
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necrophobia

(nek″ro-fo´be-ә) irrational fear of death or of dead bodies.
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Necrophobia

• (n.) An exaggerated fear of death or horror of dead bodies. • (n.) An exaggerated fear of death or horror of dead bodies.
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necrophobia

necrophobia An irrational dread of death, dead bodies, or corpses.
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Necrophobia

Necrophobia is the fear of death or dead bodies.
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necrophobia

Type: Term Pronunciation: nek′rō-fō′bē-ă Definitions: 1. Morbid fear of corpses.
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Necrophobia

Necrophobia is a specific phobia which is the irrational fear of dead things (e.g., corpses) as well as things associated with death (e.g., coffins, tombstones). Necrophobia is derived from Greek nekros (νεκρός) for `corpse` and -phob- from the Greek phobos (φόβος) for `fear.` With all types of emotions, obsession with death becomes...
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Necrophobia

fear of death and/or the dead
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necrophobia

fear of corpses
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