11-letter words that end in ia

  • acarophobia — a pathological belief that the skin is infested with mites or insects, often leading to self-mutilation in order to eliminate the infestation.
  • acmesthesia — awareness of sharp points through the sense of touch without experiencing pain.
  • acrocinesia — (pathology) Excessive movement of the limbs.
  • acrokinesia — (pathology) Alternative form of acrocinesia.
  • acromegalia — (disease) An alternative name for the disease acromegaly.
  • acronymania — a great enthusiasm for creating acronyms
  • agoraphobia — Agoraphobia is the fear of open or public places.
  • aibohphobia — (humorous) An irrational fear of palindromes.
  • albuminemia — (pathology) The (normal) presence of albumin in the blood.
  • albuminuria — the presence of albumin in the urine
  • alessandria — a town in NW Italy, in Piedmont. Pop: 85 438 (2001)
  • alexithymia — an inability to recognize, understand, and describe emotions
  • allocheiria — a medical condition in which sensation is felt at a different point on the body from that stimulated
  • alto-phobia — an abnormal fear of heights; acrophobia.
  • amaxophobia — Fear of riding in a vehicle.
  • amphicrania — (pathology) A headache affecting both sides of the head.
  • amphidromia — a family festival in ancient Athens in honor of the birth of a child, during which the child received its name.
  • anacoluthia — lack of grammatical sequence, esp within a single sentence
  • anaesthesia — Anaesthesia is the use of anaesthetics in medicine and surgery.
  • androphobia — an abnormal fear of men; an aversion toward the male sex.
  • anemophobia — an abnormal fear of draughts or windy weather
  • anglophilia — extreme admiration for England or its people, culture, customs, influence, etc.
  • anglophobia — hatred or fear of England or its people, culture, customs, influence, etc.
  • aniseikonia — a condition caused by a defect in the lens of the eye in which the images produced in the two eyes differ in size or shape
  • anthesteria — one of the ancient Athenian festivals composing the Dionysia; a spring festival celebrating flowers and new wine.
  • anthophobia — an abnormal fear of flowers.
  • antimalaria — acting against or preventing malaria
  • antonomasia — the substitution of a title or epithet for a proper name, such as his highness
  • aortoclasia — rupture of the aorta.
  • appressoria — a flattened and thickened tip of a hyphal branch, formed by some parasitic fungi, that facilitates penetration of the host plant.
  • arctophilia — the practice of collecting teddy bears
  • arkadelphia — a city in central Arkansas.
  • arsonphobia — Pyrophobia.
  • astraphobia — a fear of thunder and lightning
  • astrophobia — A fear of stars and celestial space.
  • atelophobia — The fear of imperfection or not being good enough.
  • atheophobia — Fear or hatred of atheism or atheists.
  • auricularia — the bilaterally symmetrical, ciliated larva of a holothurian.
  • australasia — Australia, New Zealand, and neighbouring islands in the S Pacific Ocean
  • austronesia — the islands of the central and S Pacific, including Indonesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia
  • automobilia — items connected with cars and motoring of interest to the collector
  • autotoxemia — autointoxication
  • axanthopsia — a defect of vision in which the retina fails to respond to yellow.
  • azoospermia — absence of spermatozoa in the semen
  • bacchanalia — orgiastic rites associated with Bacchus
  • bacillaemia — the presence of bacilli in the blood
  • bacteraemia — the presence of bacteria in the blood
  • bacteriemia — Bacteremia.
  • bacteriuria — the presence of bacteria in the urine
  • balistraria — (in a medieval fortification) an opening, usually in the form of a cross, through which a crossbow could be fired.

On this page, we collect all 11-letter words ending in IA. It’s easy to find right word with a certain length. It is the easiest way to find 11-letter word that ends in IA to use in Scrabble or Crossword puzzles.

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