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  • need to take out –ile, -philes, -philia, -ology
  • ablutomania (bathing)
  • aborticide (fetus)
  • acanthology (spine, sea urchins)
  • acaricide (acarid)
  • acarology (mites, ticks)
  • acarophobia, scabiophobia (itching)
  • acerophobia (sourness)
  • achluophobia (night, darkness)
  • acrophile (mountains)
  • acrophobia, altophobia (heights)
  • actinology (chemical action of light)
  • adenology (glands)
  • aelurophile (cats)
  • aelurophilia (cats)
  • aerobiology (airborne microorganisms)
  • aerology (upper air)
  • aeromancy (weather conditions)
  • aerophobia (flying)
  • agoraphobia (open spaces)
  • agriology (history, customs of primitive people)
  • agrobiology (plant life, plant nutrition)
  • agrology (soil)
  • agromania (live alone)
  • agrostology (grasses)
  • aichurophobia (points)
  • ailuromania (cats)
  • ailurophile (cats)
  • ailurophilia (cats)
  • ailurophobia (cats)
  • akousticophobia (sound)
  • alcoholphile (alcoholic beverages)
  • alcoholphilia (alcoholic beverages)
  • alectoromancy, alectryomancy (rooster)
  • alektorophobia (chickens)
  • alethiology (truth and error)
  • aleuromancy (flour)
  • algicide (algae)
  • algology (algae)
  • algophobia, odynophobia (pain)
  • alphitomancy (barley meal)
  • amathophobia (dust)
  • amaxophobia, ochophobia (vehicles)
  • amicicide (friend)
  • amnesiac (amnesia sufferer)
  • amychophobia (being scratched)
  • ancraophobia (wind)
  • androcracy (men)
  • andrology (man)
  • androphilia (males)
  • androphobia (men)
  • androphonomania (homicidal)
  • anemology (winds)
  • anemophobia (drafts)
  • anesthesiology
  • angelocracy (angels)
  • angelology (angels)
  • angiology (blood vessels, lymphatics)
  • Anglomania (imitate English manners and customs)
  • Anglomanic
  • Anglophile (England or English culture)
  • Anglophilia (England or Enlish culture)
  • anthomania (flowers)
  • anthophobia (flowers)
  • anthracomancy (burning coal)
  • anthropology
  • anthropomancy (internal parts of dead men)
  • anthropophobia (human beings)
  • antlophobia (flood)
  • apeirophobia (infinity)
  • apiology (bees)
  • apiphobia (bees)
  • arachnophobia (spiders)
  • archaeology
  • arcticology (Polar Regions)
  • arctophile (teddy bears)
  • areology (Mars)
  • aristocracy
  • aristocrat
  • arithmancy, arithmomancy (numbers)
  • arithmocracy (numerical majority)
  • arithmomancy (numbers)
  • arithmomania (numbers, counting)
  • arithmomaniac (compulsive counting)
  • armomancy (shoulders of animals)
  • asthenophobia (weakness)
  • astraphobia (lightning)
  • astrogeology
  • astrology
  • astromancy (stars)
  • astrophile (stars)
  • ataxiophobia (disorder)
  • atelophobia (imperfection)
  • atephobia (ruin)
  • audiology (hearing disorders)
  • audiophile (high-fidelity sound reproduction)
  • auroraphobia (auroral lights)
  • autecology (ecology of individual plant)
  • autocide (crashing car or vehicle)
  • autocracy (one ruler)
  • autocrat (single ruler)
  • automania (solitude)
  • automysophobia (being dirty)
  • autonumerology (licence plate numbers)
  • autophile (self)
  • autophilia (self)
  • avicide (bird)
  • axinomancy (axhead)
  • axiology (values- ethics, aesthetics, religion)
  • bacilliphobia (microbes)
  • bactericide (bacteria)
  • bacteriology (bacteria)
  • bacteriophobia (bacteria)
  • balletomania (ballet)
  • ballistophobia (missiles)
  • balneology (baths, bathing)
  • barophobia (gravity)
  • basiphobia (walking)
  • bathophobia (depth)
  • batrachophobia (reptiles)
  • belomancy (arrows)
  • belonophobia (needles)
  • bibliomancy (books)
  • bibliomania (books)
  • bibliomaniac (mad for books)
  • bibliophile (books)
  • bibliophobia (books)
  • biocenology (biotic community)
  • biocide (chemical)
  • bioclimatology (climate in relation to health)
  • bioecology (environment in relation to health)
  • biology (animals, plants)
  • biometeorology (weather in relation to health)
  • biopsychology (psychology in relation to health)
  • biosociology (sociology in relation to health)
  • biospeleology (organisms that live in caves)
  • blennophobia (slime)
  • brontophobia (thunder)
  • bryology (mosses)
  • Buddhology (Buddha, Buddhahood)
  • bulimiac (bulimia sufferer)
  • bureaucracy
  • bureaucrat
  • cacodemonomania (demonic possession)
  • cainophobia (new things)
  • cancerophobia (cancer)
  • capnomancy (smoke)
  • carcinophobia (cancer)
  • cardiology (heart)
  • cardiophobia (heart conditions)
  • carnophobia (meat)
  • carpology (fruits, seeds)
  • cartomancy (playing cards)
  • catopromancy, catoptromancy (crystal ball, mirrors)
  • cephalomancy (head)
  • ceraunomancy (thunder)
  • ceromancy (melted wax dropped into water)
  • ceticide (whale)
  • cetology (whales, dolphins)
  • chaetophobia (hair)
  • cheimatophobia (cold)
  • cheiromancy, chiromancy (palm, hand)
  • cheromania (gaiety)
  • chionophobia (snow)
  • cholerophobia (cholera)
  • choreology (dance notation)
  • choreomania (dancing)
  • choromania (dancing sickness)
  • chrematomania (money)
  • Christology (Jesus Christ)
  • chromatocracy (single race)
  • chromatophobia, chromophobia, psychrophobia (color)
  • chrometophobia (money)
  • chronobiology (biology and time)
  • chronology (time)
  • chronomancy (determine time for action)
  • cinephile (movies)
  • claustrophilia (to be closed in)
  • claustrophobia (enclosed spaces)
  • claustrophobiac (claustrophobia sufferer)
  • cleidomancy, clidomancy (keys)
  • cleptomania (stealing)
  • cleromancy (casting of lots)
  • climatology (climate)
  • clinical pathology
  • clinical psychology
  • clinophobia (going to bed)
  • cnidophobia (stings)
  • cognitive psychology
  • coitophobia (sexual intercourse)
  • conchology (shells, mollusks)
  • coprolalomania (foul speech)
  • coprophilia (feces)
  • coprophobia (feces)
  • coscinomancy (sieve and shears)
  • cosmocracy (whole world)
  • cosmology (universe)
  • craniology (human skull)
  • cremnophobia (precipices)
  • criminology (criminals)
  • crithomancy (scatter grain over sacrificed animals)
  • cryobiology (low-temperature biology)
  • cryology (snow and ice)
  • cryophobia (ice, frost)
  • cryptology (secret communications)
  • crystallophobia (crystals, glass)
  • cubomancy (thrown rice)
  • culturology (culture)
  • cyclonology (cyclones)
  • cymophobia (sea swell)
  • cynomania (dogs)
  • cynophobia (dogs)
  • cypridophobia (venereal disease)
  • cytology (cells of organisms)
  • cytopathology (pathology of cells)
  • dactyliomancy (finger rings)
  • deicide (god)
  • democracy
  • democrat
  • demonology (demons)
  • demonomancy (demons)
  • demonophobia (demons)
  • demophile (crowds)
  • demophilia (crowds)
  • demophobia, ochlophobia (crowds)
  • dendrochronology (tree rings)
  • dendrology (trees, shrubs)
  • dendrophobia (trees)
  • deontology (ethics)
  • dermatology (skin)
  • desmidiology (desmids)
  • dialectology (dialects)
  • dikephobia (justice)
  • dipsomania (alcoholic beverages)
  • dipsomaniac (alcoholic drink craving)
  • dipsophobia (drinking)
  • discophile (phonograph records)
  • Dixiecrat
  • domatophobia, oikophobia (home)
  • doraphobia (fur)
  • doulocracy, dulocracy (slaves)
  • dromomania (traveling)
  • dromophobia (crossing streets)
  • dysmorphophobia (deformity)
  • ecclesiaphobia (churches)
  • ecclesiology (churches)
  • eccrinology (secretions)
  • ecocide (destruction of large area)
  • ecology
  • egomania (oneself)
  • Egyptology
  • eisoptrophobia (mirrors)
  • electrobiology (electricity in living beings)
  • electrophobia (electricity)
  • elephanticide
  • eleutheromania (freedom)
  • eleutherophobia (freedom)
  • embryology (embryos)
  • emetophobia (vomiting)
  • empyromancy (fire and smoke)
  • endocrinology (endocrine glands)
  • enetephobia (pins)
  • enigmatology (enigmas)
  • enterology (intestines)
  • entheomania (religion)
  • entomology (insects)
  • entomomania (insects)
  • entomophobia (insects)
  • enzymology (enzymes)
  • eosophobia (dawn)
  • epidemiology (epidemics)
  • epistemology (knowledge)
  • epistemophilia (knowledge)
  • eremiomania (stillness)
  • eremitophobia, eremophobia (solitude)
  • eremophobia (stillness)
  • ereuthophobia (blushing)
  • ergatocracy (workers)
  • ergomania (work)
  • ergophobia (work)
  • erotomania (sexual desire)
  • erotomaniac (erotomania sufferer)
  • erotophobia (physical love)
  • eschatology (theological judgment)
  • Eskimology
  • ethnoarchaeology (archaeology of a society)
  • ethnobiology (biology of a society)
  • ethnology (races and ethnic groups)
  • ethnomania (ethnic or racial autonomy)
  • ethnomusicology (music of a culture)
  • ethnopsychology (psychology of a culture)
  • ethology (animal behavior)
  • etiology (assignment of a cause)
  • etymology (history of words)
  • Eurocrat
  • exobiology (evolution)
  • eyrythrophobia (blushing)
  • felicide (cat)
  • femicide (woman)
  • feticide (fetus)
  • fetology (fetus)
  • filaricide (worm)
  • filicide (son or daughter)
  • florimania (plants)
  • fluviology (watercourses, rivers)
  • foeticide (fetus)
  • formicicide (ant)
  • Francophile (France or French culture)
  • Francophilia (France or French culture)
  • fraticide (brother)
  • frigophobia (being cold)
  • fungicide (fungus)
  • fungology (fungi)
  • futurology (future, forecasting trends)
  • galeophilia (cats)
  • galvanology (galvanism)
  • gametocide (gamete or gametocyte)
  • gamomania (marriage)
  • gamophobia (marriage)
  • garbology (refuse)
  • gastrology (stomach)
  • gastromancy (stomach sounds, crystal ball, full glass of water)
  • gatophobia (cats)
  • gemology (gemstones)
  • genesiology (reproduction)
  • genocide (national, racial, political, or cultural group)
  • genophobia (sex)
  • genuphobia (kneeling, knees)
  • geology
  • geomancy (geographic features, handful of thrown earth analyzation,
  • analyzation of dots randomly placed on paper)
  • geomorphology (origin of geological features)
  • gephyromania (bridges)
  • gephyrophobia (crossing a bridge)
  • geratology (approaching extinction)
  • Germanophile (Germany or German culture)
  • germicide (germ)
  • gerontocracy (elder ruler)
  • gerontocrat (elder ruler)
  • gerontology (old age)
  • gerontophile (elderly)
  • gerontophilia (elderly)
  • geumatophobia (taste)
  • giganticide (giant)
  • gigantology (giants)
  • glaciology (glaciers)
  • glazomania (list making)
  • glossology (linguistics)
  • grammatology (systems of writing)
  • graphology (handwriting)
  • graphophobia (writing)
  • graptomancy (handwriting)
  • gymnomania (nakedness)
  • gymnophobia (nudity)
  • gynecide (woman)
  • gynecocracy (women)
  • gynecocrat (woman ruler)
  • gynecology (women’s health)
  • gynecomania (uncontrollable sexual desire in males)
  • gynophobia (women)
  • gyromancy (walking in a circle)
  • hadephobia (hell)
  • haematophobia (blood)
  • hagiocracy (holy people)
  • halology (chemistry of salts)
  • halomancy (salt)
  • hamartiology (sin)
  • haphephobia (being touched)
  • haphephobia, thixophobia (touching)
  • haptophobia (touch)
  • harpaxophobia (robbers)
  • hedonology (pleasure)
  • hedonomania (pleasure)
  • hedonophobia (pleasure)
  • heliomania (sun)
  • heliophobia (sun)
  • helminthology (worms)
  • helminthophobia (worms)
  • hematology (blood)
  • heortology (religious feasts, seasons)
  • herbicide (plant)
  • herbology (herbs)
  • heresiology (heresies)
  • herptology (reptiles)
  • hierocracy (priest or clergy)
  • hieroglyphology (hieroglyphics)
  • hieromancy (sacred objects, sacrificial remains)
  • hierophobia (sacred things)
  • hippology (horses)
  • hippomania (horses)
  • hippophile (horses)
  • hippophobia (horses)
  • histology (tissues)
  • hodophobia (travel)
  • homichlophobia (fog)
  • homicide
  • homicidomania (murder)
  • hormephobia (shock)
  • horology (measuring time, making timepieces)
  • hydrobiology (biology in water)
  • hydrology (water)
  • hydromancy (water observation)
  • hydromania (water)
  • hydrophobia (water)
  • hyetology (rainfall)
  • hygrology (humidity)
  • hygrophobia (moisture, dampness)
  • hymnology (hymns)
  • hypegiaphobia (responsibility)
  • hypermania (high intensity)
  • hypnology (sleep, hypnotism)
  • hypnomania (sleep)
  • hypnophobia (sleep)
  • hypochondriac (excessive worry about health)
  • hypomania (low intensity)
  • hypsophobia (high places)
  • ichnology (fossil footprints)
  • ichnomancy (footprints)
  • ichthyology (fish)
  • ichthyomancy (internal parts of fish)
  • ichthyomania (fish)
  • ichthyophobia (fish)
  • iconology (icons)
  • iconophile (icons)
  • ideocracy (theory or abstract)
  • ideology (ideas)
  • ideophobia (ideas)
  • immunology (immunity)
  • infanticide (baby)
  • insecticide (insect)
  • insectology (insects)
  • insomniac (insomnia sufferer)
  • iophobia (rust)
  • isocracy (equal political power)
  • isocrat
  • Italophile (Italy or Italian culture)
  • kakistocracy (worst men)
  • kakorraphiaphobia (failure)
  • karyology (cell nuclei)
  • katagelophobia (ridicule)
  • kathisomania (sitting)
  • kenophobia (void)
  • keraunomancy (thunder)
  • keraunophobia (thunder)
  • keraunothnetophobia (fall of man-made satellites)
  • kinesiology (bodily movement)
  • kinesophobia, kinetophobia (motion)
  • kleptocracy (thief or thieves)
  • kleptocrat
  • kleptomania (stealing)
  • kleptomaniac
  • kleptophobia (stealing)
  • koniphobia (dust)
  • kopophobia, ponophobia (fatigue)
  • Kremlinology
  • kyphophobia (stooping)
  • labeorphile (beer bottle labels)
  • lalopathology (speech)
  • lalophobia (speech)
  • laparotomaphilia (surgery)
  • larvicide (larva)
  • laryngology (larynx)
  • lecanomancy (water examined in a basin)
  • lepidopterology (butterflies, moths)
  • leprophobia (leprosy)
  • letheomania (narcotics)
  • lexicology (word forms, history, meaning)
  • liberticide (liberty)
  • lichenology (lichens)
  • limnology (fresh water-lakes, ponds)
  • limnophobia (lakes)
  • linonophobia (string)
  • lithology (stones, rocks)
  • lithomancy (rocks or stones)
  • litigiomania (legal disputes)
  • logology (words)
  • logomancy (words)
  • logomania (talking)
  • logomaniac (mad for words)
  • logophile (words)
  • logophobia (words)
  • lupicide (wolf)
  • lyssophobia (insanity)
  • macropicide (kangaroo)
  • magnetology (magnets)
  • maieusiophobia (pregnancy)
  • malacology (mollusks)
  • malariology (malaria)
  • maniaphobia (insanity)
  • Mariology (Virgin Mary)
  • mariticide (spouse, especially husband)
  • martyrology (martyrs)
  • mastigophobia (flogging)
  • matricide (mother)
  • mechanophobia (machinery)
  • mediocracy (mediocre person or group)
  • megalomania (delusions of great wealth, power, self-importance, and
  • goodness)
  • megalomaniac (mad for oneself)
  • melancholiac (melancholia)
  • melissophobia (bees)
  • melomania (music, melody)
  • melomaniac (mad for music)
  • menticide (mind)
  • merinthophobia (being bound)
  • meritocracy (skill or intellectual achievement)
  • meritocrat
  • metallophobia (metals)
  • meteorology (atmosphere, weather, climate)
  • meteorophobia (meteors)
  • metopomancy (forehead, face)
  • metrology (weights, measures)
  • metromania (writing)
  • metromaniac (mad for writing poetry)
  • microbicide (germ)
  • microbiology (microorganisms)
  • microphobia (bacteria)
  • mildewcide (mildew)
  • missiology (religious missions)
  • miticide (mite)
  • mobocracy (mob)
  • mobocrat (mob ruler)
  • molybdomancy (motion of molten lead)
  • monocracy (one ruler)
  • monocrat (single ruler)
  • monomania (one idea, single interest)
  • monophobia, autophobia (being alone)
  • morphology (form)
  • muscology (mosses)
  • museology (museum work)
  • musicology (music)
  • musicophobia (music)
  • musophobia (mice)
  • mycology (fungus)
  • myology (muscles)
  • myomancy (mice)
  • myrmecology (ants)
  • mysophilia (dirt, filth)
  • mysophobia (dirt)
  • mysophobia (inflection)
  • mythology (myths)
  • mythomania (lying, exaggeration)
  • myxophobia (slime)
  • narcomania (deaden pain by drugs)
  • narcomaniac (mad for narcotics)
  • nasology (noses)
  • necromancy (dead)
  • necromania (the dead)
  • necrophila (corpses)
  • necrophile (corpses)
  • necrophiliac (mad for corpses)
  • necrophobia (death, corpses)
  • nelophobia (glass)
  • nematology (nematodes)
  • neocracy (amateurs)
  • neonatology (recently born infants)
  • neophiliac (mad for new things, novelty)
  • neophobia (new things)
  • nephology (clouds)
  • nephophobia (clouds)
  • nephrology (kidneys)
  • nesomania (islands)
  • neurology (nerves)
  • noctimania (night)
  • nomancy (letters)
  • nomatophobia (names)
  • nomology (law, laws)
  • nondemocracy
  • noology (understanding)
  • nosemaphobia (illness)
  • nosophilia (desire to be sick)
  • nosophobia (disease)
  • nostomania (homesickness)
  • numerology (numbers)
  • nyctophilia (night)
  • nyctophobia (darkness)
  • nymphomania
  • nymphomaniac (excessive sexual desire, female)
  • oceanology (oceanography)
  • ochlocracy (multitude or mob)
  • ochlocrat
  • ochlomania (crowds)
  • odontology (teeth)
  • odontophobia (teeth)
  • oenomancy, oinomancy (wine)
  • oenophile (wines)
  • oenophilia (wines)
  • oikomania (home)
  • oinomania (wine)
  • olfactophobia (smell)
  • ombrology (rain)
  • ombrophobia (rain)
  • ommatophobia (eyes)
  • oncology (tumors)
  • oneiromancy (dreams)
  • oneirophobia (dreams)
  • oniomania (buy things)
  • onomasiology (names)
  • onomatomania (words or names)
  • onomatophobia (certain names)
  • ontology (being; metaphysics)
  • onychomancy (fingernails)
  • oology (birds’ eggs)
  • ophidiomania (reptiles)
  • ophidiophobia (snakes)
  • ophiology (snakes)
  • ophiophobia (snakes)
  • ophthalmology (eye)
  • orchidology (orchids)
  • organology (organs)
  • orismology (terminology)
  • ornithology (birds)
  • ornithomania (birds)
  • ornithophobia (birds)
  • osmophobia (odors)
  • osphresiophilia (smells)
  • osphresiophobia (body odors)
  • osteology (skeleton)
  • otolaryngology (ear, nose, larynx)
  • otology (ear)
  • ouranophobia (heaven)
  • ovicide (egg cell)
  • paediphobia (children)
  • paleology (antiquities)
  • paleontology (fossil animals)
  • palynology (pollen, spores)
  • pantisocracy (all equal, all rule)
  • pantophobia (everything)
  • papyrology (papyrus manuscripts)
  • paramania (complaints)
  • paranoiac (paranoia sufferer)
  • parapsychology (beyond psychology)
  • parasiticide (parasite)
  • parasitology (parasites)
  • parasitophobia (parasites)
  • parenticide (parent)
  • parousiamania (Christ)
  • parricide (close relative, parent)
  • parthenophobia (young girls)
  • pathology (disease)
  • pathophilia (desire to be sick)
  • pathophobia (disease)
  • patricide (father)
  • patroiophobia (heredity)
  • patrology (teachings of early church fathers)
  • peccatophobia (sinning)
  • pediculicide (lice)
  • pediculophobia (lice)
  • pedology (soil science)
  • pedophile (young children)
  • pedophilia (young children)
  • peniaphobia (poverty)
  • penology (punishment)
  • pessomancy (pebbles)
  • pesticide
  • petrology (rocks)
  • phagomania (food, eating)
  • phagophobia (eating)
  • phaneromania (growth on one’s body)
  • pharmacology (pharmacy)
  • pharmacomania (medicines)
  • pharmacophobia (drugs)
  • pharyngology (pharynx)
  • phasmophobia (ghosts)
  • phengophobia (daylight)
  • phenology (climate and time)
  • phenomenology (phenomena)
  • philatelomaniac (mad for stamp collecting)
  • philology (learning and literature)
  • phobophobia (fears)
  • phonology (speech sounds)
  • phonomania (sound)
  • phonophobia (noise)
  • photomania (light)
  • photophobia (strong light)
  • phrenology (mental faculties)
  • phronemophobia (thinking)
  • phthisiophobia (tuberculosis)
  • phycology (algae)
  • phyllophobia (leaves)
  • physiocrat (political economist)
  • physiology (natural objects, science)
  • phytobiology (biology of plants)
  • phytocide (plant)
  • phytology (plants, botany)
  • piscatology (fishing)
  • pistology (faith)
  • planetology (planets)
  • plutocracy (wealthy)
  • plutocrat (wealthy ruler)
  • plutomania (craving for wealth, delusions of wealth)
  • pneumatology (spiritual beings)
  • pnigerophobia (smothering, choking)
  • pogonophile (beards)
  • pogonophobia (beards)
  • poinephobia (punishment)
  • polygamophile (polygamy)
  • pomology (fruits and growing fruits)
  • ponerology (evil)
  • poriomania (walk away from home)
  • pornocracy (harlots)
  • posology (drug administration)
  • potamology (rivers)
  • potamophobia (rivers)
  • potophobia (alcoholic drink)
  • praxeology (human conduct)
  • primatology (primates)
  • proctology (rectum, anus)
  • prolicide (own child)
  • psephology (elections)
  • psychobiology
  • psychology
  • psychomancy (souls, spirits)
  • psychopathology
  • psychophobia (mind)
  • psychophysiology
  • pteridology (ferns)
  • pteronophobia (feathers)
  • ptochocracy (poor)
  • ptochology (pauperism, unemployment)
  • pyrology (fire, heat)
  • pyromancy (fire)
  • pyromania (fire)
  • pyrophobia (fire)
  • raticide (rat)
  • reactology (psychological reactions)
  • reflexology (reflexes and behavior)
  • regicide (king)
  • rhabdomancy (rod, wand)
  • rhabdophobia (being beaten)
  • rhapsodomancy (verses)
  • rheology (flow of matter)
  • rheumatology (rheumatism)
  • rhinology (nose)
  • rodenticide (rodent)
  • roentgenology (medical x-rays)
  • Russomaniac (morbid fear of Russians)
  • Russophile (Russia or Russian culture)
  • Russophilia (Russia or Russian culture)
  • samhainophobia (Halloween)
  • sarcology (flesh anatomy)
  • Satanophobia (Satan)
  • satyromania (uncontrollable sexual desire in males)
  • satyromaniac (excessive sexual desire, male)
  • scapulimancy, scapulomancy (cracking of mammal’s scapula by heat)
  • scatology (feces)
  • scatomancy (excrement)
  • scholionophobia (school)
  • sciomancy (spirits of the dead)
  • sciophobia (shadows)
  • scopophilia, scoptophilia (looking at nude bodies or nude pictures)
  • scopophobia (being looked at)
  • scribomania (writing)
  • scripophile
  • sedimentology (sedimentary rocks)
  • seismology (earthquakes)
  • selenology (moon)
  • selenomancy (moon)
  • semasiology (word meanings)
  • semiology (signs, symbols)
  • senicide (old man)
  • serology (blood serum)
  • sexology (sex)
  • siderodromomania (railroad travel)
  • siderodromophobia (train travel)
  • sideromancy (stars)
  • siderophobia (stars)
  • simoniac (practicer of simony)
  • sindonology (Shroud of Turin)
  • Sinology (Chinese)
  • Sinophile (China or Chinese culture)
  • sitology (nutrition, dietetics)
  • sitomania (food)
  • sitophobia (food)
  • skin disease: dermatosiophobia (skin disease)
  • skin: dermatophobia (skin)
  • slavocracy (slave owners)
  • slavocrat
  • snakeology (snakes)
  • sociobiology (biology and behavior)
  • sociocracy (interests of all are served equally)
  • sociocrat
  • sociology
  • soiling: rypophobia (soiling)
  • somatology (bodies)
  • somatopsychology (body and psychology)
  • sophomania (wisdom)
  • sororicide (sister)
  • spatulamancy (shoulder blade of an animal)
  • spectrology (ghosts, phantoms, apparitions)
  • speech pathology
  • speleology (caves)
  • speleophobia (bats)
  • spermaticide, spermicide (sperm)
  • spermatophobia (semen)
  • spermophobia (germs)
  • spheksophobia (wasps)
  • spodomancy (ashes)
  • stasiphobia (standing)
  • stasophobia (standing)
  • stereology (2- / 3-dimensional figures)
  • stichomancy (poetry, book passages)
  • stignomancy (writing on tree bark, carving on tree bark)
  • stomatology (mouth)
  • stratocracy (military)
  • stygiophobia (hell)
  • suicide
  • suicidology (suicide)
  • supercrat (powerful bureaucrat)
  • surgical operations: ergasiophobia (surgery)
  • symbology (symbols)
  • symptomatology (symptons)
  • synecology (plant, animal communities)
  • syphilis: syphilophobia (syphilis)
  • systematology (systems)
  • tachophobia (speed)
  • taphophilia (funerals, graves, cemeteries)
  • taphophobia (being buried alive)
  • taphophobia (graves)
  • tauricide (bull)
  • technocracy (experts and technicians)
  • technocrat
  • technology
  • teleology (final causes)
  • teratology (tall tales)
  • teratophobia (monsters)
  • terdekaphobia (number 13)
  • thaasophobia (being idle)
  • thalassocracy (command of the seas)
  • thalassocrat (sea ruler)
  • thalassomania (sea)
  • thalassophobia (sea)
  • thanatology (death and its causes)
  • thanatomania (death)
  • thanatophobia (death, corpses)
  • thaumatology (miracles)
  • theatromaniac (mad for theatre-going)
  • theocracy (church officials who believe they have divine authority)
  • theocrat (deified ruler)
  • theology
  • theomania (God)
  • theophobia (God)
  • thermophobia (heat)
  • timbromania (postage stamps)
  • timocracy (love of honor and military glory, requisite ownership of
  • property, wealthy)
  • tocophobia (childbirth)
  • tomomania (surgery)
  • tonology (tones, speech)
  • topology (place)
  • topophobia (places)
  • toxicology (poisons)
  • toxiphobia (poison)
  • traumatology (wounds)
  • traumatophobia (wounds, injury)
  • tremophobia (trembling)
  • tribology (friction, wear)
  • trichology (hair)
  • trichomania (hair)
  • trichotilomania (pull one’s hair)
  • triskaidekaphobia (number 13)
  • trypanophobia (inoculations, injections)
  • tulipomania (tulips)
  • Turcophile, Turkophile (Turkey or Turkish culture)
  • typhlology (blindness)
  • tyrannicide (tyrant)
  • ufology (UFOs)
  • urbanology (cities, towns)
  • urology (urine)
  • uromancy (urine)
  • uteromania (strong sexual desire in a female)
  • uxoricide (wife)
  • vaticide (prophet)
  • venereology (veneral disease)
  • vermicide (worm)
  • vespacide (wasp)
  • vexillology (flags)
  • videophile (television, video recording)
  • virology (viruses)
  • volcanology (volcanoes)
  • vulpecide, vulpicide (fox)
  • xenomania (foreigners)
  • xenophile (foreign people, cultures, and customs)
  • xenophilia (foreign people, cultures, and customs)
  • xylomancy (wood)
  • zelophobia (jealousy)
  • zoology (animals)
  • zoomania (animals)
  • zoophilia (animals)
  • zoophobia (animals)

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