a fear of being looked at, stared at; also called scoptophobia
Greek skopeo ‘to view’
scopophobia sco·po·pho·bi·a (skō’pə-fō’bē-ə)
An abnormal fear of being looked at or seen.
noun 1. an Old English bard or poet. noun 1. (in Anglo-Saxon England) a bard or minstrel
noun 1. any of a group of small owls having ear tufts and a whistling call, especially Otus scops (Old World scops owl) and O. sunia (Oriental scops owl)
noun, Psychiatry. 1. the obtaining of sexual pleasure by looking at nude bodies, erotic photographs, etc. noun sexual stimulation or satisfaction from looking at naked people, most often without their knowledge; a love of looking at people in this way; also called scopophilia , voyeurism See scopophilia Word Origin Greek skopeo ‘to view’ noun sexual […]
noun a fear of being looked at, stared at; also called scopophobia See scopophobia Word Origin Greek skopeo ‘to view’