- Noun, 1. phonophobia - a morbid fear of sounds including your own voice.
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- Ligyrophobia. (Fear of Loud Noises). Teratophobia.
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- Ligyrophobia -Fear of loud sounds or a fear of one's own voice. • Listening to a key difference is that people with ligyrophobia actively fear such an occurrence.
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- This property is very important for people having ligyrophobia.
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- Little Mouse describes all his fears including teratophobia (fear of monsters), ligyrophobia (fear of loud noises) and whereamiophobia (fear of getting lost).
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- There is a psychological term for people who over-react (in fear) to noises: ligyrophobia. But you don't have to be traumatized to be annoyed by the buzzing and whirring of your neighbor's air conditioner, be it the condenser or the window unit.
- Phonophobia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Phonophobia (also called ligyrophobia) is a fear of loud sounds. It can also mean a fear of voices, or a fear of one's own voice.
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- Jan 6, 2009 The symptoms of Ligyrophobia are individual and will vary among people.
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- What is ligyrophobia? It is the fear of loud noises.
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