xenophobe

[ zen-uh-fohb, zee-nuh- ]
/ ˈzɛn əˌfoʊb, ˈzi nə- /

noun

a person who fears or hates foreigners, people from different cultures, or strangers.
a person who fears or dislikes the customs, dress, etc., of people who are culturally different.

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Origin of xenophobe

1910–15; xeno- “foreign, strange” + -phobe “one who fears or hates”
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xenophobe
/ (ˈzɛnəˌfəʊb) /

noun

a person who hates or fears foreigners or strangers

Word Origin for xenophobe

C20: from Greek, from xeno- + -phobe
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