ochlophobia

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ὄχλος (okhlos, crowd) +‎ -phobia.

NounEdit

ochlophobia (plural ochlophobias)

  1. A phobia, or fear, of mob-like crowds, as opposed to simply open spaces like agoraphobia or large crowds as with enochlophobia.
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