misófobo

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek μύσος (músos, uncleanness) + -fobo.

Noun[edit]

misófobo m (plural misófobos, feminine misófoba, feminine plural misófobas)

  1. mysophobe (person with an abnormal fear of filth)

Adjective[edit]

misófobo m (feminine singular misófoba, masculine plural misófobos, feminine plural misófobas, comparable)

  1. mysophobic (having an abnormal fear of filth)

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