Definition - Pathological fear of motion
The root of this word is kinein, Greek for “to move.” That same root gives us cinema (moving pictures), kinesthesia (muscle sense), and cholecystokinin (a hormone produced in the mucosa of the upper intestine that stimulates contraction of the gallbladder).
Bermudians still cringe when their way crosses the road-bed of their newfangled little railroad. Motor-trucks terrify them and in passing make them dismount from their bicycles. Therefore, there are no motor-cars in Bermuda for the population is definitely kinesophobic.
—Myron Weiss, Vogue (New York, NY), 1 Apr. 1936