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Some Google Maps things

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About a week ago or so, Emma was surprised to notice that Google Maps is incapable of calculating a route from Manchester to Buxton. It works if you type in a place within Buxton, and also if you choose to calculate a walking route.

Next, looking at the live traffic on Google Maps, I noticed the region of slow traffic seemed to be concentrated in a band across the middle of the country. When I checked the weather map on the BBC, it looked like this is where all the snow has been.


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Google Maps Ironbridge Anomaly

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There appear to be some strange place names in Shropshire. I noticed these while checking the route to Ironbridge.



I hope there really aren't towns called Dummy2643 and Dummy2792.

Measuring Cups - weight conversions

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Measuring cups and their volume, along with the equivalent weights - these are only applicable for general purpose white flour or granulated sugar.

Cups ml Oz Grams
1 236 4 110
½ 118 2 55
1/3 79 40
¼ 59 1 30

Other conversions

These may be found in various American recipes.

  • 1 cup is 8 fluid ounces of liquid or solid
  • 1 stick of butter is the same as 1 cup (i.e. 4oz or 110g)

Oven temperature conversion

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Gas Mark ° C ° F
¼ 110 225
½ 130 250
1 140 275
2 150 300
3 170 325
4 180 350
5 190 375
6 200 400
7 220 425
8 230 450
9 240 475

Yorkshire vs Lancashire

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Not quite the War of the Roses but a not-too-serious comparison between Yorkshire and Lancashire . In the interest of fairness I am taking the pre-1970's county boundaries, so I'll include Liverpool and Manchester as 'Old' Lancashire . As little research as possible has been conducted, only simple fact-checking to make sure I haven't mis-remembered anything important.

Yorkshire Lancashire Result
Countryside James Herriot Country Dark Satanic Mills Yorkshire
Food Yorkshire Pudding
Pontefract Cake
Wensleydale Cheese
Black Pudding
Eccles Cake
Lancashire Cheese
Beer Theakstons
Sam Smiths
J W Lees
Joseph Holt
Ye Olde stuff York (except Jorvik which is a rip-off) Err... some old buildings scattered around Yorkshire
Fun Scarborough Blackpool Lancashire
Big Cities Leeds
Films American Werewolf in London
The Full Monty
28 days later
The Parole Officer
Yorkshire (but it was close)
TV Comedy Open All Hours
Last of the Summer Wine
Royal Family
Phoenix Nights

It's a dead heat so far so I'll get Google to decide the winner.

Google search for Yorkshire Lancashire Result
"... is Great" 358 7 Yorkshire
"... is Crap" 2 0 Lancashire
"... is better than ..." 13 3 Yorkshire

It was close but it looks like Yorkshire wins on penalties.

Garfield's Birthday

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Today is also Garfield's birthday. He's a bit younger than me (he was 'born' in 1978).

garfield with birthday cake

American Presidents

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Presidents of the USA from 1789 to present.

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Term as President
George Washington (1732-1799) None, Federalist
John Adams
John Adams (1735-1826) Federalist
Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) Democratic-Republican
Aaron Burr, George Clinton
James Madison (1751-1836) Democratic-Republican
George Clinton, Elbridge Gerry
James Monroe (1758-1831) Democratic-Republican
Daniel Tompkins
John Quincy Adams (1767-1848) Democratic-Republican
John Calhoun
Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) Democrat
John Calhoun, Martin van Buren
Martin van Buren (1782-1862) Democrat
Richard Johnson
William H. Harrison (1773-1841) Whig
John Tyler
John Tyler (1790-1862) Whig
James K. Polk (1795-1849) Democrat
George Dallas
Zachary Taylor (1784-1850) Whig
Millard Fillmore
Millard Fillmore (1800-1874) Whig
Franklin Pierce (1804-1869) Democrat
William King
James Buchanan (1791-1868) Democrat
John Breckinridge
Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) Republican
Hannibal Hamlin, Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson (1808-1875) National Union
Ulysses S. Grant (1822-1885) Republican
Schuyler Colfax
Rutherford Hayes (1822-1893) Republican
William Wheeler
James Garfield (1831-1881) Republican
Chester Arthur
Chester Arthur (1829-1886) Republican
Grover Cleveland (1837-1908) Democrat
Thomas Hendriks
Benjamin Harrison (1833-1901) Republican
Levi Morton
Grover Cleveland (1837-1908) Democrat
Adlai Stevenson
William McKinley (1843-1901) Republican
Garret Hobart, Theodore Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) Republican
Charles Fairbanks
William Taft (1857-1930) Republican
James Sherman
Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) Democrat
Thomas Marshall
Warren Harding (1865-1923) Republican
Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge (1872-1933) Republican
Charles Dawes
Herbert C. Hoover (1874-1964) Republican
Charles Curtis
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945) Democrat
John Garner, Henry Wallace, Harry S. Truman
Harry S Truman (1884-1972) Democrat
Alben Barkley
Dwight David Eisenhower (1890-1969) Republican
Richard Milhous Nixon
John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963) Democrat
Lyndon Johnson
Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908-1973) Democrat
Hubert Humphrey
Richard Milhous Nixon (1913-1994) Republican
Spiro Agnew, Gerald R. Ford
Gerald R. Ford (1913- ) Republican
Nelson Rockefeller
James (Jimmy) Earl Carter, Jr. (1924- ) Democrat
Walter Mondale
Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911- 2004) Republican
George H. W. Bush
George H. W. Bush (1924- ) Republican
James Danforth (Dan) Quayle
William (Bill) Jefferson Clinton (1946- ) Democrat
Al Gore
George W. Bush (1946- ) Republican
Richard Cheney

List of British Prime Ministers

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British Prime Ministers, 1721-2006

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Year Elected
Sir Robert Walpole Whig
Earl of Wilmington Whig
Henry Pelham Whig
Duke of Newcastle Whig
Duke of Devonshire Whig
Duke of Newcastle Whig
Earl of Bute Tory
George Grenville Whig
Marquess of Rockingham Whig
Earl of Chatham Whig
Duke of Grafton Whig
Lord North Tory
Earl of Shelburne Whig
Marquess of Rockingham Whig
William Pitt Tory
Duke of Portland Tory
Henry Addington Tory
William Pitt Tory
Lord Grenville Whig
Duke of Portland Tory
Spencer Perceval Tory
Earl of Liverpool Tory
Viscount Goderich Tory
George Canning Tory
Duke of Wellington Tory
Earl Grey Whig
Sir Robert Peel Tory
Duke of Wellington Tory
Viscount Melbourne Whig
Viscount Melbourne Whig
Sir Robert Peel Tory
Lord John Russell Whig
Earl of Aberdeen Conservative
Earl of Derby Conservative
Viscount Palmerston Liberal
Viscount Palmerston Liberal
Earl of Derby Conservative
Earl Russell Liberal
Earl of Derby Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone Liberal
Benjamin Disraeli Conservative
Benjamin Disraeli Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone Liberal
Marquess of Salisbury Conservative
Marquess of Salisbury Conservative
William Ewart Gladstone Liberal
William Ewart Gladstone Liberal
Earl of Rosebery Liberal
Marquess of Salisbury Conservative
Arthur Balfour Conservative
Henry Campbell-Bannerman Liberal
Herbert H. Asquith Liberal
David Lloyd George Liberal
Andrew Bonar Law Conservative
Stanley Baldwin Conservative
Stanley Baldwin Conservative
James Ramsay MacDonald Labour
James Ramsay MacDonald Labour
James Ramsay MacDonald National Labour
Stanley Baldwin Conservative
Neville Chamberlain Conservative
Winston Churchill Conservative
Clement Attlee Labour
Winston Churchill Conservative
Sir Anthony Eden Conservative
Harold Macmillan Conservative
Sir Alec Douglas-Home Conservative
Harold Wilson Labour
Edward Heath Conservative
Harold Wilson Labour
James Callaghan Labour
Margaret Thatcher Conservative
John Major Conservative
Tony Blair Labour
Gordon Brown Labour

Eleanor Crosses

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When Eleanor of Castile (wife of Edward I) died near Lincoln in 1290, her body was taken back to Westminster. At each overnight stop, Edward ordered a cross to be erected:

  1. Harby, Nottinghamshire (near Lincoln)
  2. Grantham, Lincolnshire
  3. Stamford, Lincolnshire
  4. Geddington, Northamptonshire (near Kettering)
  5. Hardingstone, near Northampton
  6. Stony Stratford (near Milton Keynes)
  7. Woburn, Bedfordshire
  8. Dunstable, Bedfordshire
  9. St Albans, Hertfordshire
  10. Waltham (now Waltham Cross) near Cheshunt in Hertfordshire
  11. Westcheap (Cheapside), London
  12. Charing (now Charing Cross)

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To repeat the journey today by car would take a little over 5 hours, travelling 170 miles (avoiding motorways). The route would be:

  1. Leave Harby and head west to the A1133 then south to the A1
  2. Leave the A1 to visit Grantham
  3. Back onto the A1 to Stamford. Leave town on the A43 towards Corby and Kettering.
  4. The A43 goes through Geddington. Continue towards Northampton where it joins the A45.
  5. South of Northampton, take a detour up the A508 to the cross.
  6. Turn around and continue down the A508 to where it meets the A5 at Stony Stratford.
  7. Follow the A5 south (either the modern one through Milton Keynes or the old Watling street) before turning off for Woburn.
  8. Take the A4012 south to the A5 and on to Dunstable.
  9. Continue south on the A5 then A5183 towards St Albans.
  10. For the next leg of the journey you can either cheat and take the M25 to Junction 25 or go cross country taking the A414, A1M, B157 and finally B198 to Waltham Cross
  11. Take the A1055 and A10 into London towards Cheapside
  12. From there, the A40 then A4 take you to Charing Cross

I've missed out a lot of the finer detail of the route for clarity.

The only crosses still standing are the ones at Geddington, Hardingstone and Waltham Cross. The famous cross at Charing is a more modern replica.

One for sorrow...

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There are lots of version of the Magpie Counting rhymes. This one seems fairly typical:

One for sorrow, two for joy,
Three for a girl, four for a boy,
Five for silver, six for gold,
Seven for a secret never to be told.

The Ashes

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England have won the Ashes. The last time this happened, in 1987, Coventry won the FA Cup. The world has changed a lot since then.

Other 1987 trivia:

  • Highest grossing films included: Three Men and a Baby, Fatal Attraction, Good Morning Vietnam
  • Johnny Logan won Eurovision with the song Hold Me Now
  • Best selling single was Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up

Oompa Loompa killed the radio star

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Seperated at Birth?

Trevor Horn Oompa Loompa
Trevor Horn, of Buggles fame Oompa Loompa, as played by Deep Roy in the new Charlie and the Chocolate Factory film

Army, Navy and Air Force ranks

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Admiral of the Fleet Marshal of the RAF Field Marshal
Admiral Air Chief Marshal General
Vice Admiral Air Marshal Lieutenant General
Rear Admiral Air Vice Marshal Major General
Commodore Air Commodore Brigadier
Captain Group Captain Colonel
Wing-Commander Lieutenant Colonel
Lieut-Commander Squadron Leader Major
Lieutenant Flight Lieutenant Captain
Sub Lieutenant Flying Officer Lieutenant
Midshipman Pilot Officer Second Lieutenant
Fleet CPO (Chief Petty Officer) Warrant Officer Warrant Officer Class 1

Flight Sergeant Staff Sergeant
PO (Petty Officer) Sergeant Sergeant

Ordinary Seaman LAC (Leading Aircraft-Man)

AC1 (Aircraft-Man) Corporal
Junior Seaman AC2 Private

Wedding Anniversary Gifts

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Year Gift
2nd Cotton
7th Wool/Copper
9th Pottery/Willow
10th Tin/Aluminum
12th Silk/Linen
13th Lace
14th Ivory
15th Crystal
20th China
25th Silver
30th Pearl
35th Coral
40th Ruby
45th Sapphire
50th Gold
55th Emerald
60th Diamond

List of Phobias

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13, number Triskadekaphobia.
8, number Octophobia.
Abuse: sexual Contreltophobia.
Accidents Dystychiphobia.
Air Anemophobia.
Air swallowing Aerophobia.
Airborne noxious substances Aerophobia.
Airsickness Aeronausiphobia.
Alcohol Methyphobia or Potophobia.
Alone, being Autophobia or Monophobia.
Alone, being or solitude Isolophobia.
Amnesia Amnesiphobia.
Anger Angrophobia or Cholerophobia.
Angina Anginophobia.
Animals Zoophobia.
Animals, skins of or fur Doraphobia.
Animals, wild Agrizoophobia.
Ants Myrmecophobia.
Anything new Neophobia.
Asymmetrical things Asymmetriphobia
Atomic Explosions Atomosophobia.
Automobile, being in a moving Ochophobia.
Automobiles Motorphobia.
Bacteria Bacteriophobia.
Bald people Peladophobia.
Bald, becoming Phalacrophobia.
Bathing Ablutophobia.
Beards Pogonophobia.
Beaten by a rod or instrument of punishment, or of being severely criticized Rhabdophobia.
Beautiful women Caligynephobia.
Beds or going to bed Clinophobia.
Bees Apiphobia or Melissophobia.
Bicycles Cyclophobia.
Birds Ornithophobia.
Black Melanophobia.
Blindness in a visual field Scotomaphobia.
Blood Hemophobia, Hemaphobia or Hematophobia.
Blushing or the color red Erythrophobia, Erytophobia or Ereuthophobia.
Body odors Osmophobia or Osphresiophobia.
Body, things to the left side of the body Levophobia.
Body, things to the right sideof the body Dextrophobia.
Bogeyman or bogies Bogyphobia.
Bolsheviks Bolshephobia.
Books Bibliophobia.
Bound or tied up Merinthophobia.
Bowel movements: painful Defecaloesiophobia.
Brain disease Meningitophobia.
Bridges or of crossing them Gephyrophobia.
Buildings: being close to high buildings Batophobia.
Bullets Ballistophobia.
Bulls Taurophobia.
Bums or beggars Hobophobia.
Burglars, or being harmed by wicked persons Scelerophobia.
Buried alive, being or cemeteries Taphephobia or Taphophobia.
Cancer Cancerophobia, Carcinophobia.
Car or vehicle, riding in Amaxophobia.
Cats Aclurophobia, Ailurophobia, Elurophobia, Felinophobia, Galeophobia, or Gatophobia.
Celestial spaces Astrophobia.
Cemeteries Coimetrophobia.
Cemeteries or being buried alive Taphephobia or Taphophobia.
Ceremonies, religious Teleophobia.
Changes, making; moving Tropophobia or Metathesiophobia.
Chickens Alektorophobia.
Child, bearing a deformed; deformed people Teratophobia.
Childbirth Maleusiophobia, Tocophobia, Parturiphobia, or Lockiophobia.
Children Pedophobia.
Chinese or Chinese culture Sinophobia.
Chins Geniophobia.
Choking Anginophobia.
Choking or being smothered Pnigophobia or Pnigerophobia.
Cholera Chorophobia.
Church Ecclesiophobia.
Clocks Chronomentrophobia.
Clocks or time Chronophobia.
Clothing Vestiphobia.
Clouds Nephophobia.
Clowns Coulrophobia.
Coitus Coitophobia.
Cold Cheimaphobia, Cheimatophobia, Psychrophobia or Psychropophobia.
Cold or cold things Frigophobia.
Cold: extreme, ice or frost Cryophobia.
Color purple Porphyrophobia.
Color red or blushing Erythrophobia, Erytophobia or Ereuthophobia.
Color white Leukophobia.
Color yellow Xanthophobia.
Colors Chromophobia or Chromatophobia.
Comets Cometophobia.
Computers or working on computers Cyberphobia.
Confined spaces Claustrophobia.
Constipation Coprastasophobia.
Contamination with dirt or germs Misophobia or Mysophobia.
Contamination, dirt or infection Molysmophobia or Molysomophobia.
Cooking Mageirocophobia.
Corpses Necrophobia.
Cosmic Phenomenon Kosmikophobia.
Creepy, crawly things Herpetophobia.
Criticism Enissophobia.
Criticized severely, or beaten by rod or instrument of punishment Rhabdophobia.
Crosses or the crucifix Staurophobia.
Crossing streets Agyrophobia or Dromophobia.
Crowded public places like markets Agoraphobia.
Crowds or mobs Enochlophobia, Demophobia or Ochlophobia.
Crucifix, the or crosses Staurophobia.
Crystals or glass Crystallophobia.
Dampness, moisture or liquids Hygrophobia.
Dancing Chorophobia.
Dark or night Nyctophobia.
Dark place, being in Lygophobia.
Darkness Achluophobia or Myctophobia, or Scotophobia.
Dawn or daylight Eosophobia.
Daylight or sunshine Phengophobia.
Death or dead things Necrophobia.
Death or dying Thanatophobia.
Decaying matter Seplophobia.
Decisions: making decisions Decidophobia.
Defeat Kakorrhaphiophobia.
Deformed people or bearing a deformed child Teratophobia.
Deformity or unattractive body image Dysmorphophobia.
Demons Demonophobia or Daemonophobia.
Dental surgery Odontophobia.
Dentists Dentophobia.
Dependence on others Soteriophobia.
Depth Bathophobia.
Diabetes Diabetophobia.
Dining or dinner conversations Deipnophobia.
Dirt or filth Rhypophobia or Rupophobia.
Dirt or germs, being contaminated with Misophobia or mysophobia.
Dirt, contamination or infection Molysmophobia or Molysomophobia.
Dirty, being dirty or personal filth Automysophobia.
Disease Nosophobia, Nosemaphobia or Pathophobia.
Disease and suffering Panthophobia.
Disease, a definite Monopathophobia.
Disease, brain Meningitophobia.
Disease, rectal Rectophobia.
Disease: kidney Albuminurophobia.
Disorder or untidiness Ataxophobia.
Dizziness or vertigo when looking down Illyngophobia.
Dizziness or whirlpools Dinophobia.
Doctor, going to the Iatrophobia.
Doctrine, challenges to or radical deviation from official Heresyphobia or Hereiophobia.
Dogs or rabies Cynophobia.
Dolls Pediophobia.
Double vision Diplophobia.
Drafts Aerophobia or Anemophobia.
Dreams Oneirophobia.
Dreams, wet Oneirogmophobia.
Drinking Dipsophobia.
Drugs or taking medicine Pharmacophobia.
Drugs, new Neopharmaphobia.
Dryness Xerophobia.
Dust Amathophobia or Koniophobia.
Dust Amathophobia.
Duty or responsibility, neglecting Paralipophobia.
Dying or death Thanatophobia.
Eating or food Sitophobia or Sitiophobia.
Eating or swallowing Phagophobia.
Eating or swallowing or of being eaten Phagophobia.
Eight, the number Octophobia.
Electricity Electrophobia.
Englishness Anglophobia.
Erect penis Medorthophobia.
Erection, losing an Medomalacuphobia.
Everything Panophobia, Panphobia, Pamphobia, or Pantophobia.
Eyes Ommetaphobia or Ommatophobia.
Eyes, opening one's Optophobia..
Fabrics, certain Textophobia.
Failure Atychiphobia or Kakorrhaphiophobia.
Fainting Asthenophobia.
Fatigue Kopophobia.
Fearful situations: being preferred by a phobic Counterphobia.
Feathers or being tickled by feathers Pteronophobia.
Fecal matter, feces Coprophobia or Scatophobia.
Female genitalia Eurotophobia.
Female genitals Kolpophobia.
Fever Febriphobia, Fibriphobia, Fidriophobia or Pyrexiophobia.
Filth or dirt Rhypophobia.
Fire Arsonphobia or Pyrophobia.
Firearms Hoplophobia.
Fish Ichthyophobia.
Flashes Selaphobia.
Flogging or punishment Mastigophobia.
Floods Antlophobia.
Flowers Anthrophobia or Anthophobia.
Flutes Aulophobia.
Flying Aviophobia or Aviatophobia or Pteromerhanophobia.
Fog Homichlophobia or Nebulaphobia.
Food Cibophobia.
Food or eating Sitophobia or Sitiophobia.
Foreign languages Xenoglossophobia.
Foreigners or strangers Xenophobia.
Forests Hylophobia.
Forests or wooden objects Xylophobia.
Forests, dark wooded area, of at night Nyctohylophobia
Forgetting or being forgotten Athazagoraphobia.
France or French culture Francophobia, Gallophobia or Galiphobia.
Freedom Eleutherophobia.
Friday the 13th Paraskavedekatriaphobia.
Frogs Batrachophobia.
Frost or ice Pagophobia.
Frost, ice or extreme cold Cryophobia.
Functioning or work: surgeon's fear of operating Ergasiophobia.
Fur or skins of animals Doraphobia.
Gaiety Cherophobia.
Garlic Alliumphobia.
Genitalia, female Eurotophobia.
Genitals, particularly female Kolpophobia.
Germans or German culture Germanophobia or Teutophobia.
Germs Verminophobia.
Germs or dirt, being contaminated with Misophobia or mysophobia.
Ghosts Phasmophobia.
Ghosts or specters Spectrophobia.
Girls, young or virgins Parthenophobia.
Glass Hyelophobia, Hyalophobia or Nelophobia.
Glass or crystals Crystallophobia.
Gloomy place, being in Lygophobia.
God or gods Zeusophobia.
Gods or religion Theophobia.
Gold Aurophobia.
Good news, hearing good news Euphobia.
Gravity Barophobia.
Greek or Greek culture Hellophobia.
Greek terms Hellenologophobia.
Hair Chaetophobia, Trichopathophobia, Trichophobia, or Hypertrichophobia.
Halloween Samhainophobia.
Hands Chirophobia.
Handwriting Graphophobia.
Harmed by wicked persons; bad men or burglars Scelerophobia.
Heart Cardiophobia.
Heat Thermophobia.
Heaven Ouranophobia or Uranophobia.
Heights Acrophobia, Altophobia, Batophobia, Hypsiphobia or Hyposophobia.
Hell Hadephobia, Stygiophobia or Stigiophobia.
Heredity Patroiophobia.
Holy things Hagiophobia.
Home Ecophobia.
Home surroundings Eicophobia.
Home surroundings or a house Oikophobia.
Home, returning Nostophobia.
Homosexuality or of becoming homosexual Homophobia.
Horses Equinophobia or Hippophobia.
Hospitals Nosocomephobia.
House or home surroundings Oikophobia.
Houses or being in a house Domatophobia.
Hurricanes and tornadoes Lilapsophobia.
Hypnotized, being or of sleep Hypnophobia.
Ice or frost Pagophobia.
Ice, frost or extreme cold Cryophobia.
Ideas Ideophobia.
Ignored, being Athazagoraphobia.
Imperfection Atelophobia.
Inability to stand Basiphobia or Basophobia.
Infection, contamination or dirt Molysmophobia or Molysomophobia.
Infinity Apeirophobia.
Injections Trypanophobia.
Injury Traumatophobia.
Insanity Dementophobia or Maniaphobia.
Insanity, dealing with Lyssophobia.
Insects Acarophobia or Entomophobia or Insectophobia.
Insects that cause itching Acarophobia.
Insects that eat wood Isopterophobia.
Itching Acarophobia.
Japanese or Japanese culture Japanophobia.
Jealousy Zelophobia.
Jews Judeophobia.
Joint immobility Ankylophobia.
Jumping from high and low places Catapedaphobia.
Justice Dikephobia.
Kidney disease Albuminurophobia.
Kissing Philemaphobia or Philematophobia.
Knees Genuphobia.
Knowledge Gnosiophobia or Epistemophobia.
Lakes Limnophobia.
Large things Megalophobia.
Laughter Geliophobia.
Lawsuits Liticaphobia.
Learning Sophophobia.
Left-handed; objects at the left side of the body Sinistrophobia.
Leprosy Leprophobia or Lepraphobia.
Lice Pediculophobia or Phthiriophobia.
Light Photophobia.
Light flashes Selaphobia.
Lightning and thunder Brontophobia or Karaunophobia.
Lights, glaring Photoaugliaphobia.
Liquids, dampness or moisture Hygrophobia.
Locked in an enclosed place Cleithrophobia, Cleisiophobia, or Clithrophobia.
Lockjaw or tetanus Tetanophobia.
Loneliness or of being oneself Eremophobia or Eremiphobia.
Looking up Anablephobia or Anablepophobia.
Loud noises Ligyrophobia.
Love play Malaxophobia or Sarmassophobia.
Love, falling or being in Philophobia.
Love, sexual love Erotophobia.
Machines Mechanophobia.
Mad, becoming Lyssophobia.
Many things Polyphobia.
Marriage Gamophobia.
Materialism Hylephobia.
Matter, decaying Seplophobia.
Meat Carnophobia.
Medicine, prescribing by a doctor Opiophobia.
Medicine, taking; or drugs Pharmacophobia.
Medicines, mercurial Hydrargyophobia.
Memories Mnemophobia.
Men Androphobia or Arrhenphobia or Hominophobia.
Men, bad or burglars or being harmed by wicked persons Scelerophobia.
Menstruation Menophobia.
Mercurial medicines Hydrargyophobia.
Metal Metallophobia.
Meteors Meteorophobia.
Mice Musophobia, Murophobia or Suriphobia.
Microbes Bacillophobia or Microbiophobia.
Mind Psychophobia.
Mirrors Catoptrophobia.
Mirrors or seeing oneself in a mirror Eisoptrophobia.
Missiles Ballistophobia.
Mobs or crowds Demophobia, Enochlophobia or Ochlophobia.
Moisture, dampness or liquids Hygrophobia.
Money Chrometophobia or Chrematophobia.
Moon Selenophobia.
Mother-in-law Pentheraphobia.
Moths Mottephobia.
Motion or movement Kinetophobia or Kinesophobia.
Moving automobile or vehicle, being in Ochophobia.
Moving or making changes Tropophobia.
Muscular incoordination (Ataxia) Ataxiophobia.
Mushrooms Mycophobia.
Music Melophobia.
Myths or stories or false statements Mythophobia.
Names Nomatophobia.
Names or hearing a certain name Onomatophobia.
Narrow things or places Stenophobia.
Narrowness Anginophobia.
Needles Aichmophobia or Belonephobia.
New, anything or novel Kainophobia, Kainolophobia, Cenophobia, Centophobia, or Neophobia.
Newness Cainophobia, Cenophobia, Centophobia, or Cainotophobia.
News: hearing good news Euphobia.
Night Noctiphobia.
Night or dark Nyctophobia.
Noise Acousticophobia.
Noises or voices, speaking aloud, or telephones Phonophobia.
Noises, loud Ligyrophobia.
Northern lights Auroraphobia.
Nosebleeds Epistaxiophobia.
Novelty Cainophobia or Cainotophobia.
Novelty or anything new Kainophobia or Kainolophobia.
Nuclear weapons Nucleomituphobia.
Nudity Gymnophobia or Nudophobia.
Number 13 Triskadekaphobia.
Number 8 Octophobia.
Numbers Arithmophobia or Numerophobia.
Objects, small Tapinophobia.
Ocean or sea Thalassophobia.
Odor, personal Bromidrosiphobia, Bromidrophobia, Osmophobia or Osphresiophobia.
Odor, that one has a vile odor Autodysomophobia.
Odors or smells Olfactophobia.
Official doctrine, challenges to or radical deviation from Heresyphobia or Hereiophobia.
Old people Gerontophobia.
Old, growing Gerascophobia or Gerontophobia.
Open high places Aeroacrophobia.
Open spaces Agoraphobia.
Operation, surgical Tomophobia.
Opinions Allodoxaphobia.
Opinions, expressing Doxophobia.
Others, dependence on Soteriophobia.
Otters Lutraphobia.
Outer space Spacephobia.
Pain Algiophobia, Ponophobia, Odynophobia or Odynephobia.
Paper Papyrophobia.
Parasites Parasitophobia.
Parents-in-law Soceraphobia.
Peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth Arachibutyrophobia.
Pellagra Pellagrophobia.
Penis, erect Medorthophobia.
Penis, erect: seeing, thinking about or having Ithyphallophobia.
Penis, esp erect Phallophobia.
Penis, losing an erection Medomalacuphobia.
People Anthropophobia.
People in general or society Sociophobia.
People, deformed or bearing a deformed child Teratophobia.
Philosophy Philsosphobia.
Phobias Phobophobia.
Phobic prefering fearful situations Counterphobia.
Pins Enetophobia.
Pins and needles Belonephobia.
Place, being in a dark or gloomy Lygophobia.
Place: locked in an enclosed place Cleithrophobia, Cleisiophobia, or Clithrophobia.
Places or things, narrow Stenophobia.
Places, certain Topophobia.
Places, crowded public Agoraphobia.
Places, open high Aeroacrophobia.
Plants Botanophobia.
Pleasure, feeling Hedonophobia.
Poetry Metrophobia.
Pointed objects Aichmophobia.
Poison Iophobia.
Poisoned, being Toxiphobia, Toxophobia, or Toxicophobia.
Poliomyelitis, contracting Poliosophobia.
Politicians Politicophobia.
Pope Papaphobia.
Poverty Peniaphobia.
Praise, receiving doxophobia.
Precipices Cremnophobia.
Prescribing medicine for patients by a doctor Opiophobia.
Priests or sacred things Hierophobia.
Progress Prosophobia.
Property Orthophobia.
Prostitutes or venereal disease Cypridophobia, Cypriphobia, Cyprianophobia, or Cyprinophobia.
Punishment Poinephobia.
Punishment by a rod or other instrument, or of being severely criticized Rhabdophobia.
Punishment or flogging Mastigophobia.
Puppets Pupaphobia.
Purple, color Porphyrophobia.
Rabies Cynophobia, Hydrophobophobia, Hydrophobia, Kynophobia, or Lyssophobia.
Radiation or x-rays Radiophobia.
Railroads or train travel Siderodromophobia.
Rain Ombrophobia or Pluviophobia.
Rape Virginitiphobia.
Rat, great mole Zemmiphobia.
Razors Xyrophobia.
Rectum or rectal diseases Proctophobia or Rectophobia.
Red color or blushing Erythrophobia, Erytophobia or Ereuthophobia.
Relatives Syngenesophobia.
Religion or gods Theophobia.
Religious ceremonies Teleophobia.
Reptiles Herpetophobia.
Responsibility Hypengyophobia or Hypegiaphobia.
Responsibility or duty, neglecting Paralipophobia.
Ridiculed, being Catagelophobia or Katagelophobia.
Riding in a car Amaxophobia.
Right side, things on the right side of the body Dextrophobia.
Rivers Potamphobia or Potamophobia.
Road travel or travel Hodophobia.
Robbers or being robbed Harpaxophobia.
Rooms Koinoniphobia.
Rooms, empty Cenophobia or Centophobia.
Ruin Atephobia.
Running water Potamophobia.
Russians Russophobia.
Sacred things or priests Hierophobia.
Satan Satanophobia.
Scabies Scabiophobia.
School Scolionophobia.
School, going to school Didaskaleinophobia.
Scientific terminology, complex Hellenologophobia.
Scratches or being scratched Amychophobia.
Sea or ocean Thalassophobia.
Self, being alone Autophobia, Eremophobia, Eremiphobia or Isolophobia.
Self, being dirty Automysophobia.
Self, being oneself Autophobia.
Self, being seen or looked at Scopophobia or Scoptophobia.
Self, being touched Aphenphosmphobia.
Self, personal odor Bromidrosiphobia or Bromidrophobia.
Self, seeing oneself in a mirror Eisoptrophobia.
Self, that one has a vile odor Autodysomophobia.
Semen Spermatophobia or Spermophobia.
Sermons Homilophobia.
Sex Genophobia.
Sex, opposite Heterophobia or Sexophobia.
Sexual abuse Agraphobia or Contreltophobia.
Sexual intercourse Coitophobia.
Sexual love or sexual questions Erotophobia.
Sexual perversion Paraphobia.
Shadows Sciophobia or Sciaphobia.
Sharks Selachophobia.
Shellfish Ostraconophobia.
Shock Hormephobia.
Sin Hamartophobia.
Sin or of having committted an unpardonable sin Enosiophobia or Enissophobia.
Single: staying single Anuptaphobia.
Sinning Peccatophobia.
Sitting Cathisophobia or Thaasophobia.
Sitting down Kathisophobia.
Situations, certain Topophobia.
Skin disease Dermatosiophobia.
Skin lesions Dermatophobia.
Skin of animals, fur Doraphobia.
Sleep Somniphobia.
Sleep or being hypnotized Hypnophobia.
Slime Blennophobia or Myxophobia.
Slopes, steep Bathmophobia.
Small things Microphobia, Mycrophobia.
Smells or odors Olfactophobia.
Smothered, being or choking Pnigophobia or Pnigerophobia.
Snakes Ophidiophobia or Snakephobia.
Snow Chionophobia.
Social (fear of being evaluated negatively in social situations) Social Phobia.
Society or people in general Anthropophobia or Sociophobia.
Solitude Monophobia.
Sounds Acousticophobia.
Sourness Acerophobia.
Space, closed or locked in an enclosed space Cleithrophobia, Cleisiophobia, Clithrophobia.
Space, outer Spacephobia.
Spaces, confined Claustrophobia.
Spaces, empty Cenophobia, Centophobia or Kenophobia.
Spaces, open Agoraphobia.
Speak, trying to Glossophobia.
Speaking Laliophobia or Lalophobia.
Speaking aloud, voices or noises, or telephones Phonophobia.
Speaking in public Glossophobia.
Specters or ghosts Spectrophobia.
Speed Tachophobia.
Spiders Arachnephobia or Arachnophobia.
Spirits Pneumatiphobia.
Stage fright Topophobia.
Stairs or climbing stairs Climacophobia.
Stairways Bathmophobia.
Stand, inability to Basiphobia or Basophobia.
Standing up Stasiphobia.
Standing up and walking Stasibasiphobia.
Standing upright Basistasiphobia or Basostasophobia.
Stared at, being Ophthalmophobia.
Stars Siderophobia or Astrophobia.
Statements, false or myths or stories Mythophobia.
Staying single Anuptaphobia.
Stealing Cleptophobia or Kleptophobia.
Steep slopes Bathmophobia.
Step-father Vitricophobia.
Step-mother Novercaphobia.
Stings Cnidophobia.
Stooping Kyphophobia.
Stories or myths or false statements Mythophobia.
Storm, thunder Brontophobia.
Strangers or foreigners Xenophobia.
Streets Agyrophobia.
Streets, crossing streets Dromophobia.
String Linonophobia.
Stuttering Psellismophobia.
Suffering and disease Panthophobia.
Sun or sunlight Heliophobia.
Sunshine or daylight Phengophobia.
Surgeon's fear of operating: work or functioning Ergasiophobia.
Surgical operations Tomophobia.
Swallowing or eating Phagophobia.
Symbolism Symbolophobia.
Symmetry Symmetrophobia.
Syphillis (lues) Luiphobia or Syphilophobia.
Tapeworms Taeniophobia.
Taste Geumaphobia or Geumophobia.
Technology Technophobia.
Teenagers Ephebiphobia.
Teeth Odontophobia.
Telephones Telephonophobia.
Telephones, noises or voices, or speaking aloud Phonophobia.
Termites Isopterophobia.
Tests, taking Testophobia.
Tetanus or lockjaw Tetanophobia.
Theaters Theatrophobia.
Theology Theologicophobia.
Things or places, narrow Stenophobia.
Things, large Megalophobia.
Things, many Polyphobia.
Things, small Microphobia or Mycrophobia.
Thinking Phronemophobia.
Thunder Ceraunophobia.
Thunder and lightning Astraphobia, Astrapophobia, Brontophobia or Keraunophobia.
Tickled by feathers or feathers Pteronophobia.
Tied or bound up Merinthophobia.
Time or clocks Chronophobia.
Toads Bufonophobia.
Tombstones Placophobia.
Tornadoes and hurricanes Lilapsophobia.
Touched, being touched Aphenphosmphobia, Haphephobia or Haptephobia or Chiraptophobia.
Trains, railroads or train travel Siderodromophobia.
Travel or road travel Hodophobia.
Trees Dendrophobia.
Trembling Ttremophobia.
Trichinosis Trichinophobia.
Tuberculosis Phthisiophobia or Tuberculophobia.
Tyrants Tyrannophobia.
Ugliness Cacophobia.
Undressing in front of someone Dishabillophobia.
Urine or urinating Urophobia.
Vaccination Vaccinophobia.
Vegetables Lachanophobia.
Venereal disease or prostitutes Cypridophobia, Cypriphobia, Cyprianophobia, or Cyprinophobia.
Ventriloquist's dummy Automatonophobia.
Vertigo or dizziness when looking down Illyngophobia.
Virginity, losing one's Primeisodophobia.
Virgins or young girls Parthenophobia.
Vision: double vision Diplophobia.
Voices or noises, speaking aloud or telephones Phonophobia.
Voids or empty spaces Kenophobia.
Vomiting Emetophobia.
Vomiting secondary to airsickness Aeronausiphobia.
Waits, long Macrophobia.
Walking Ambulophobia, Basistasiphobia or Basostasophobia.
Walking, standing up and Stasibasiphobia.
Washing Abultophobia.
Wasps Spheksophobia.
Water Hydrophobia.
Waves or wave like motions Cymophobia or Kymophobia.
Wax statues Automatonophobia.
Weakness Asthenophobia.
Wealth Plutophobia.
Weapons, nuclear Nucleomituphobia.
Weight, gaining Obesophobia or Pocrescophobia.
Wet dreams Oneirogmophobia.
Whirlpools or dizzyness Dinophobia.
White, the color Leukophobia.
Wild animals Agrizoophobia.
Wind Ancraophobia or Anemophobia.
Wine Oenophobia.
Witches and Witchcraft Wiccaphobia.
Women Gynephobia or Gynophobia.
Women, beautiful Caligynephobia or Venstraphobia.
Wooden objects or forests Xylophobia.
Words Logophobia or Verbophobia.
Words, long Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia or Sesquipedalophobia.
Work Ergophobia or Ponophobia.
Work or functioning; surgeon's fear of operating Ergasiophobia.
Worms Scoleciphobia.
Worms, being infested with Helminthophobia.
Wrinkles, getting Rhytiphobia.
Writing Graphophobia.
Writing in public Scriptophobia.
Yellow color Xanthophobia.