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The OED has mag(e)iric(s), mag(e)irist(ic), and mag(e)irology, mag(e)irological, mag(e)irologist, all of which ultimately derive from the Ancient Greekμάγειρος (mageiros, “cook”), whence I would take this phobia's name to derive. The -oc- bit stumps me, though; however, I wouldn't prescribe *mag(e)irophobia (which'd probably mean "the fear of chefs" or something) in its place. The reference in the entry points to this quiz, which gives eleven more phobias, viz. ablutophobia ("the fear of washing or bathing"; from the Latinablūt- (the perfect passive participial stem of abluō (“I wash away”, “I cleanse”)) + -phobia), agliophobia [sic] ("the fear of pain"; from the Ancient Greekἄλγος (algos, “pain”) + -phobia), aichmophobia ("the fear of needles or pointed objects"; from God-only-knows-where), ailurophobia ("the fear of cats"; from the Ancient Greekαἴλουρος (ailouros, “cat”, “weasel”) + -phobia); bathmophobia ("the fear of stairs or steep slopes"; from the Ancient Greekβαθμός (bathmos, “step”, “threshold”) + -phobia), chorophobia ("the fear of dancing"; from the Ancient Greekχορός (khoros, “dance”) + -phobia), tonitrophobia [sic] ("the fear of thunder"; from the Latintonitrus (“thunder”) + -phobia), ecclesiophobia ("the fear of church"; from the Ancient Greekἐκκλησίᾱ (ekklēsiā, “assembly”, “church”) + -phobia), gymnophobia ("the fear of nudity"; from the Ancient Greekγῠμνός (gumnos, “naked”, “bare”) + -phobia), ichthyophobia ("the fear of fish"; from the Ancient Greekἰχθύς (ikhthūs, “fish”) + -phobia), and methyphobia [sic] ("the fear of alcohol"; probably from methyl + -phobia); I wouldn't regard such a source as particularly authoritative. As for direct attestation, the only legitimate use of an English word with this spelling that I could find was this one, though it seems to have nothing whatsoever to do with cooking (no matter: I'll add it to Citations:mageirocophobia). It is likely that this term will fail RFV. — Raifʻhār Doremítzwr ~ (U · T · C) ~ 19:15, 21 July 2010 (UTC)
RFV failed, entry deleted. —RuakhTALK 03:40, 18 January 2011 (UTC)