Lyssamania

Lyssamania

n.
the irrational fear that someone you know is angry at you, that as soon as you wander into the room, you’ll be faced with a barrage of questions that gradually escalates into a frenzy of outrage, for reasons that you don’t understand.

In Ancient Greek mythology, the Maniae are spirits who personified insanity, along with their sister Lyssa, who was known for erupting into rages. Pronounced “lis-uh-mey-nee-uh.”

Proluctance

Nighthawk

Maugry

Lyssamania

Fool’s Guilt

Viadne

Symptomania

Emodox

Vicarous

Malotype

Sayfish

Punt Kick

Agnosthesia

The Meantime

Solysium

Addleworth

Insoucism

Heartspur

Nilous

Anti-Aliasing

Nighthawk

Vellichor

Keep

Monachopsis

Kinchy

Mal De Coucou

Wytai