1.
philophobia n (Greek philia, love + phobia, fear) - a persistent, abnormal, and irrational fear of love and intimacy, of deep relationship with smbd.


It seems Stalin suffered from philophobia. He never had a deep personal relationship with anybody, a man or a woman, either friendship or love.
by Mikhail Epstein November 07, 2003
 
2.
Fear of being in love.
X: "Man, have you seen what people do when they're in love? They do all sorts of stupid, embarrassing stuff usually for no reason what-so-ever. People who are scared of being in love are not strange at all, they're just sensible."
Y: Oh...Sure! They have Philophobia."
by rperazag June 23, 2010
 
3.
(noun) A fear of being in love or falling in love. Usually because of past relationships or family issues.
Sally: I don't think we should hang out anymore.
Bobby: Why not?
Sally: I have philophobia.
by qwertypeach August 06, 2010

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