The suffix -phobia means fear of, often irrational fear of. For example, according to Wikipedia:
Ophidiophobia or ophiophobia is a particular type of specific phobia, the abnormal fear of snakes.
Is there a suffix attachable to ophidio- which would describe a person who is not afraid of snakes, except for, say, a coiled rattler encountered on a trail, but who dislikes them and would not willingly share space with one?
Similarly, an arachnophile (don't click here if you are at all arachnophobic) is someone who loves spiders. Is there a suffix for someone who likes spiders but does not love them?
These are Greek suffixes, and the Greeks, theoretically, were in favor of moderation. So, are there suffixes in use in English, derivable from Greek or not, for moderate like and moderate dislike?
Edit to explain why the question: "Is there a suffix for loathing" does not answer my question. My question is NOT about fear and/or loathing. My question is about moderate dislike (and moderate like). I can watch a snake cross my driveway with interest, but would not want it in the house or lounging on my patio. A person who loathed snakes would not be able to admire the smooth motion of the snake as it glided over the rough gravel and disappeared into the woods. Loathe is very different from moderate dislike; Phobia is very different from caution.