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Definition of the noun Aerophobia
What does Aerophobia mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: aerophobias
- [medical] A pathological aversion or sensitivity to air or the movement of air, especially as a symptom of rabies.
- An aversion to fresh air, drafts or breezes.
- [travel] Fear of flying
- [rare, by extension or possibly from acrophobia] Fear of heights
Aerophobia a.k.a. Fear of flying is a fear of being on an airplane, or other flying vehicle, such as a helicopter, while in flight. It is also referred to as flying phobia, flight phobia, aviophobia or aerophobia.
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"Tales" From The Tarmac (2011)
An astonishing "behind the scenes" anthology of true cases about passengers and ground staff at airports worldwide by Claudia Helena Oxee
Aerophobia is a fear of flying.
Sex, Drugs and Tessellation (2014)
The truth about Virtual Reality, as revealed in the pages of CyberEdge Journal by Ben Delaney
Aerophobia is a surprisingly common problem. A study by Boeing, the largest manufacturer of commercial aircraft, found that more than 25 million people in the United States, including 20% of those who fly regularly, suffer from a fear of flying.
International Clinics (1910)
A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures
It is called aerophobia. The duration of the hydrophobia paroxysm is very variable; the spasms are short in duration and rarely extend over a space of time greater than one-half to three-quarters of an hour. They come on suddenly. The quiet ...
Viral Zoonoses by George W. Beran
Aerophobia is a frequent occurrence in response to drafts of air, especially across the face or neck. Patients may experience spasms if the inside of the mouth is touched, if they hear sudden noises, if lights are turned on, and sometimes even if ...
A Lexicon of Lunacy (1993)
by Thomas Szasz
aerophobia (f. of drafts; cf. an- craophobia, anemophobia) agoraphobia (f. of being in crowded, public places, like markets; cf. demophobia) agyrophobia (f . of crossing streets; also dromophobia) ...
by Louisa Pansegrouw
undaunted, valiant, valorous fearless person dreadnought fear of aeroplanes or flying aerophobia, pterophobia fear of animals zoophobia fear of bees apiphobia, melissophobia fear of being alarmed phobophobia fear of birds omithophobia ...
A Dictionary of Psychology (2015)
by Andrew M. Colman
aerophobia Draughts (US drafts) or (loosely) flying. [From Greek aer air] ageing Gerascophobia. agoraphobia Public places, crowds, travelling alone, or being away from home (for more detail, see the entry in ...
Dictionary of Aviation (1911)
by Robert Morris Pierce
aerophobia ,ee- aza'fDo-bi-a n. [also spelt aerophobia, aero- fobia] fear or dred of air; aerofoby. aerophobic ...
by Dean A. Stahl, Karen Landen
aerophobia fear of flying due to fatal accidents, fear of heights, ...
by Myrna Breskin, Kevin Dumith, Enid Pearsons, Robert Seeman
aerophobia /åröfö'be o/ an abnormal fear of drafts. [aero- + - phobia] aerosinusitis /ár'ö si'no si'tis/ inflammation of the sinuses caused by a quick change in air pressure, as when flying. [aero- + sinusitis] aerosol /árosól') liquid ...
AEROPHOBIA Aerenterectasia (a'er-en-ter-ek-ta'z. air + ivrepov intestine + irrage distentio. tention of the intestines with air or gas. Aerhemoctonia (a'er-hem- ok-to'ne-ah) [Gr, 44. air + alua blood + krévos killing]. Death caused by air in the ...
by Thomas Lathrop Stedman
ADRIN AEROPHOBIA and to act throughout the body as a catalytic ferment. ad' rin. Epinephrin hydrate, derived from the suprarenal glands; employed locally as an astringent and hemostatic. ad'rue. Antiemetic root, cyperus; the root of Cyperus ...
by Azeem Ahmad Khan, Dr. Ruth Premi, Sanjay Raghav
Flying Aerophobia 4. Heights Acrophobia or Altophobia 5. Confined spaces Claustrophobia ANSWERS 48. 49. Mumbai 98. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing.
Pocket Medical Dictionary (1999)
by B. Jain Publishers Staff
Aerophobia, a-er-o-fo'-be-ah. A morbid dread of a current of air. Aerophore, a-er'- o-for.
by Dawn Freshwater, Sian Masiln-Prothero
aerophobia (air' -o-f6' - bi-a): 1.
by Robert Jean Campbell
automysophobia fire: pyrophobia fish: ichthyophobia flash of lightning: selaphobia flogging: mastigophobia floods: antlophobia flutes: aulophobia flying: aerophobia; ...
Lexicon Physico-medicum (1794)
Or, A New Medicinal Dictionary. Explaining the Difficult Terms Used in the Several Branches of the Profession, and in Such Parts of Natural Philosophy, as are Introductory Thereto. With an Account of the Things Signified by Such Terms. Collected from the Most Eminent Authors by John Quincy
- - Aerophobia, This pro- Aerophasia, a fymptom of the phrenitis ; also a name A E A E ( 26 )...
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