Aimonomia

Aimonomia

n.
the fear that learning the name of something—a bird, a constellation, an attractive stranger—will somehow ruin it, inadvertently transforming a lucky discovery into a conceptual husk pinned in a glass case, leaving one less mystery fluttering around in the universe.

French aimer, to love + nom, name. A palindrome. Pronounced “eym-uh-nohm-ee-uh.”

Tornomov

Mogging Folly

Irrition

Rialtoscuro

Kadot

Dystoria

Ironsick

Suerza

Aponemia

Future-Tense

Boorance

Grayshift

Rookish

Adomania

Caucic

Ellipsism

Elosy

Beloiter

Boorance

Dorgone

Momophobia

1202

Future-Tense

Jouska

Desanté

Mcfeely

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