PRONUNCIATION: (foh-nuh/noh-FOH-bee-uh)

MEANING: noun:
1. A fear of or intolerance of loud sounds.
2. A hypersensitivity to sound.
3. An aversion to the sound of one’s own voice.

ETYMOLOGY: From Greek phono- (sound) + -phobia (fear). Earliest documented use: 1841. See also, astraphobia.

PRO-NO-PHOBIA - professionals don't scare me

PEONOPHOBIA - ...but I am afraid of serfs

PHONOPHIBIA - I can hear my leg-bones when I walk