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4.
The fear of palindromes.
Once you realize what this is, you may possibly bring to life a real fear for palindromes because they....are.. everywhere.. . Aibohphobia
by velofellow January 13, 2013
 
1.
The irrational fear of palindromes (words that read the same forwards and backwards).
Dude 1: Hey, what's your name?
Dude 2: Bob.
Dude 1: AAAAAAAAAAH! *Runs and hides behind sofa*
Bob: Wow.
Dude 1: AAAAAAAAAAH! *Runs away and falls down stairs*
by Lucky Luc April 01, 2005
 
2.
The term used for the fear of palendromes. Sadly, the word aibohphobia is, in itself, a palendrome.
person 1: I think you have aibohphobia
person 2: AHHH
by Hornet65 September 03, 2007
 
3.
n. fear or phobia of palindromes. Etymology: palindromic form of "phobia" - "palindrome" itself from Greek παλινδρώμοσ meaning "back-running", ie. "a running back or recurrence". In Greek -φοβία (from φόβοσ meaning "fear") the emphasis is on the "i"; in English usage on the "o". Pronunciation in IPA: {aibofob'i:a} (international) or {aibo(ü)f'oübia} (English).
Scene: café
Date: 1 February 2010
Context: we enter in the middle of a conversation between two people who do not know each other very well

Eve: (hesitantly) I should mention - I am aibhophobic.
Otis: Aibohphobia!? With a name like that?! Are you on the level, madam?!?
Eve: *coughs* *eyes bulge*
Otis: (mischievously) kinda reminds of the time some guy kissed me off with "Sit on a potato pan, Otis!".
Eve: *scratches head uncontrollably*
Otis: (rubbing chin thoughtfully) still, that wasn't nearly as bad as when Delia failed to borrow or rob the Evil Olive.
Eve: *now very agitated, punches Otis accidentally*
Otis: wtf?! Dammit I'm mad!!!
Eve: I'm sorry, this date really isn't working out for me *leaves*
Otis: (to self) somehow I just knew we shoulda rescheduled.
by metanea.com March 28, 2010
 
5.
The fear of palindromes.
1. Do you have aibohphobia?
2. Not so, Boston!
by Devon Lehman October 11, 2007
 
6.
(Pronounced: "Eye-bow-phobia")

"An extreme, reactionary, & debilitating fear of palindromes"
Phil: "Look: I know you just met Mary, so let me clue you in on something that may not occur to you until it's too late and you've already stepped in it: Mary has aibohphobia, so try to avoid using palindromes in your sentences, OK?
by A. Realking July 10, 2008