Momophobia

Momophobia

n.
the fear of speaking off the cuff or from the heart; the terror of saying the wrong thing and having to watch someone’s smile fade as they realize you’re not who they thought you were.

Ancient Greek μῶμος (momos), blemish, disgrace + -φοβία (-phobía), fear. Momus was the Ancient Greek god of mockery and harsh criticism. Pronounced “moh-muh-foh-bee-uh.”

Star-Stuck

Wenbane

Ludiosis

Hobsmacked

Anthrodynia

Allope

Siso

Momophobia

Nyctous

Eisce

Ledsome

Anechosis

Covalent Bond

Kuebiko

Pâro

Anti-Aliasing

The Unsharp Mask

Mal De Coucou

Zielschmerz

Hubilance

Attriage

Vulture Shock

Scabulous

Achenia

Foilsick

Drisson

Suente