Latin: ūrīn urine
Greek: hydor water
Greek: phobos fear
A combination of the Latin derived prefix urino, the Greek derived prefix hydro, and the Greek root phobia. It translates literally as fear of urine water. Urinohydrophobia is an irrational fear of being splashed with water from a toilet. In more severe cases the patient will fear the small amount of splashing that occurs while urinating. It can be specific manifestation of misophobia; or the fear of being contaminated with germs. Synonyms - toualetehydrophobia.
Her urinohydrophobia was so bad she could not sit down while urinating.
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