I hate driving at night since I suffer from nyctalopia.
Nyctalopia has been in use in English since 1684. You didn’t think I could keep coming up with words that have their origins in Latin, did you? Nyctalopia comes from Latin word nyctalops, which means “suffering from night blindness.” But this time the Latin word comes from something earlier, three Greek words: 1. Nyx meaning night; 2. Alaos meaning blind; and 3. Ops meaning eye.