Difference between revisions of "Gunaphobia"

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'''Gunaphobia''' is a neologistic colloquialism defined as an irrational fear of the [[Second Amendment]] and citizens exercising their perceived rights under such. '''Hoplophobia''' is the properly derived and more common word for the fear of guns would. ''Hoplo'' is the Greek word for weapon or armoured, whereas ''phobia'' refers to fear.
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'''Hoplophobia''' (colloquially known as '''gunaphobia''') is an irrational fear of the [[Second Amendment]] and citizens exercising their perceived rights under such. ''Hoplo'' is the Greek word for weapon or armored, whereas ''phobia'' refers to fear.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:32, 18 January 2013

Hoplophobia (colloquially known as gunaphobia) is an irrational fear of the Second Amendment and citizens exercising their perceived rights under such. Hoplo is the Greek word for weapon or armored, whereas phobia refers to fear.