a fear of drafts, gusts of air, wind
Word Origin

Greek anemos ‘wind’

anemophobia an·e·mo·pho·bi·a (ān’ə-mō-fō’bē-ə, ə-nē’mə-)
An abnormal fear of the wind or drafts.


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