xenophobe

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From xeno- +‎ -phobe. From Ancient Greek ξένος (xenos, foreign, strange), + Ancient Greek φόβος (phobos, fear).

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xenophobe (plural xenophobes)

  1. One who fears that which is unknown; one who fears people who are different from oneself, especially in the case of foreign people.

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