Bathophobia

Bathophobia: An abnormal and persistent fear of depths. Sufferers from bathophobia experience anxiety even though they realize they are safe from falling into or being consumed by depths. The feared object may be a long, dark hallway, a well or a deep pool or lake. 'Bathophobia' is derived from the Greek 'bathos' (depth) and 'phobos' (fear).
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bathophobia

<psychology> Morbid fear of deep places or of looking into them. ... Origin: G. Bathos, depth, + phobos, fear ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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bathophobia

bathophobia A fear of depths or of descending into depths; such as, occurs occurs when looking down into a well or when going down into a body of water in a submarine.
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Bathophobia

Bathophobia is the fear of depth.
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bathophobia

Type: Term Pronunciation: bath′ō-fō′bē-ă Definitions: 1. Morbid fear of deep places or of looking into them.
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bathophobia

fear of falling from a high place
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