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Encyclopedia > Bathophobia

Bathophobia is a fear of deeply dimensioned volumes such as lakes or long hallways. Individuals suffering from bathophobia may experience heightened levels of anxiety or fear in the presence of these objects, even though they know that they are under no realistic danger of falling in.


The word is derived from the Greek "bathos", meaning "depth", and "phobia", meaning "fear".


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External links

Fear of heights (http://www.fear-of-heights.com/)




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Bathophobia: An abnormal and persistent fear of depths.
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"Bathophobia" is derived from the Greek "bathos" (depth) and "phobos" (fear).
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