from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An extreme dislike either of handling or of eating fish.
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The fear of eating fish, called ichthyophobia, also occurs in humans.
The Kids Are Alright: In addition to the IB CV 411, we learned that Eric is on the Germantown bowling team, that Andrew is a member of the Latin-speaking Junior Classical League (he later correctly answered with "ichthyophobia" for a toss-up, so he knows some Greek, too), and Jiaming is interested in interest rates and the Fed.
Fear of animals is called zoophobia, of birds ornithophobia, of fish, ichthyophobia, of reptiles herpetophobia (not "fear of herpes"), and of insects entophobia.