trypophobia

[ trip-uh-foh-bee-uh ]
/ ˌtrɪp əˈfoʊ bi ə /

noun

an abnormal feeling of discomfort or revulsion at the sight of clustered holes or bumps, as seen in sponges, honeycombs, certain seed pods, soap bubbles, and bubbles in batter: although not officially recognized as a phobia, trypophobia is a subject of ongoing psychiatric research.

Origin of trypophobia

First recorded in 2005–10; from Greek trŷpa “hole” + -phobia
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