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 the abnormal 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 evident in both fascination ...
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Necrophobia

fear of death and/or the dead
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necrophobia

fear of corpses
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