mania-, -mania, -maniac, -maniacal, -manic, -manically, -maniacally

(Greek: a specific mental disorder or obsessive preoccupation with something; madness, frenzy; obsession, or abnormal desire for or with something or someone; also, an excessive enthusiasm or fondness for something)

cocainomania
1. A morbid craving for cocain.
2. Insanity with delusions accompanying excessive use of cocaine.
coimetromania, koimetromania (s) (noun); coimetromanias, koimetromanias
An abnormal attraction to and desire to visit cemeteries: There are some people who have coimetromanias that involve compulsions to examine various graves and other burial places whenever they have a chance.
Good friend, for Jesus' sake forbear
To dig the dust enclosed here;
Blest be the man that spares these stones,
And curst be he that moves my bones.
—William Shakespeare
coitomania
An obsession for sex, especially by women.
coprolalomania
An obsession to involuntarily utter vulgar or obscene words.
coprolamania
Obsession with foul speech or a compulsion to use filthy language.
copromania
An obsession with feces (dung).
cratomania
An obsession, or monomania, for pre-eminence, superiority, or power.
cremnomania
A compulsion to climb cliffs.
cresomania
1. An obsession for obtaining great wealth.
2. Delusion of possessing great wealth.
cyclomania
An exaggerated desire for bicycling.
cynomania
An intense enthusiasm for dogs.
cytheromania
Another term for nymphomania [an exaggerated sexual desire in a female for men].
dacnomania
An insane compulsion to kill by biting.
decalcomania (s) (noun), decalcomanias (pl)
A craze for transferring pictures from a specially prepared paper to surfaces of glass, porcelain, etc. Now decalcomania is well-known simply as putting decals on many places.
Putting decals on everything.
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Cross references of word families that are related directly, or indirectly, to: "anger, angry; rage, wrath, fury; rave": fur-, furi-; ira-; lysso-; rab-, rav-.