a fear of hair
Word Origin

Greek ‘long flowing hair’

“fear of hair,” from chaeto- “hair; bristle” + -phobia “fear.”


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    the arrangement of bristles on the exoskeleton of an insect.

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    to wear or abrade by rubbing: He chafed his shoes on the rocks. to make sore by rubbing: Her collar chafed her neck. to irritate; annoy: The dripping of the faucet chafed her nerves. to warm by rubbing: to chafe cold hands. Obsolete. to heat; make warm. to become worn or sore from rubbing: His […]

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