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computermisia (kuhm PYOO tuhr MIS ee uh) (s) (noun), computermisias (pl)
1. An intense dislike or a pathological hatred of cyber equipment: Computermisia causes such a dread of having anything to do with computers, or computerization, that some people have symptoms of nausea, dizziness, cold sweat, and high blood pressure.
2. Etymology: from Latin computare, "to count, to sum up; from com-, "together" + putare, "to count, to reckon, to consider" + Greek misos, "hatred".
A dread and fear of computers.
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