Definition of -phobe in English:

-phobe

Syllabification: -phobe

combining form

Denoting a person having a fear or dislike of what is specified: homophobe xenophobe

Origin

from French, via Latin -phobus from Greek -phobos 'fearing', from phobos 'fear'.

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