—trypophobic (形容詞)：孔洞恐懼症 (患者) 的。
這個字是由希臘文 trypa (hole -- 「孔、洞」) 和 phobia (fear -- 「恐懼」) 組合而成。
So, while on-line tonight, I decided to google "fear of holes." A bunch of forums that are related to phobias jumped out at me, and after several readings, I realized that I suffer from trypophobia.
—"Trypophobia," Mortgage News, October 13, 2010
I have a phobia. Well, it's not a fear so much as this deep-seated existential disgust. ... It is ... clusters. Specifically, irregular clusters of organically shaped holes or bumps. ... But it turns out this seems common, though I can't find a single bit of research or any articles about it. There are even Internet-coined terms for it: trypophobia, or repetitive pattern phobia.
—K. Williams Brown, "The improbable horror of clusters," Statesman Journal, December 12, 2010