acarophobia

<psychology> Morbid fear of small parasites, small particles, or of itching. ... Origin: G. Akari, mite, + phobos, fear ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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acarophobia

(ak″ә-ro-fo┬┤be-ә) irrational fear of mites or of other minute objects, which may be animate (insects, worms) or inanimate (pins, needles). Sometimes there is also a fear of parasites crawling beneath the skin.
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acarophobia

noun a morbid fear of small insects and mites and worms
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acarophobia

acarophobia 1. Excessive fear of skin infestation by mites or ticks; fear of itching. 2. Fear of small objects; such as, insects, worms, mites, and non-living things; such as, needles and pins. Some people are so afraid of insects and mites that they seal off their windows, vacuum and sweep several times a day; and feel anxiety outside their “...
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Acarophobia

Acarophobia is the fear of itching.
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acarophobia

fear of itching or of insects causing itching
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acarophobia

Type: Term Pronunciation: ak′ă-rō-fō′bē-ă Definitions: 1. Morbid fear of small skin parasites, small particles, often resulting in preoccupation with itching.
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acarophobia

[n] - a morbid fear of small insects and mites and worms
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