One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Originally: †hydrophobia (rabies) (obsolete). Later: a condition characterized by groundless or irrational fears; fear of everything; generalized anxiety.
Early 19th century. From post-classical Latin pantophobia from panto- + -phobia, probably after post-classical Latin pantophobus (5th. cent. in Caelius Aurelianus) or Byzantine Greek παντοϕόβος all-fearing.
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