There has always been something I could never figure out about muggleborn wizards in Harry Potter; Why are they afraid of saying Voldemort's name?
The fear of the name I would think would be something that was instilled into them all their life. A fear like that would be something that you would need to be grown into. None of us are afraid of saying a name like Hitler, and I bet in the time when he was at large it was a name people were not afraid to utter. But in a place like germany it would be a name that would have a lot more weight to it. Maybe not fear, but definetly dread. But for an american or otherwise who went into germany for the first time, they wouldn't have that same dread as the people who lived their and learned to fear him would. Do you understand what I mean? Haha, I'm not very good at articulating myself (or spelling).
Again, something like this they would learn is a common curtesy so they would know not to say it, but at the same time they, too, seem to really fear it in the same way that those who grew up around the fear do.
I don't know, maybe I'm just making a fool of myself and this is a mystery already solved, but I've always wondered it.