nanobot etymology

English word nanobot comes from English -bot (Automatic systems, computer programs and machines.), English nano-

Detailed word origin of nanobot

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-bot English (eng) Automatic systems, computer programs and machines.
nano- English (eng) Derived from the nanotechnology industry. In the International System of Units and other metric systems of units, multiplying the unit to which it is attached by 10−9. Symbol: n. Very small.
nanobot English (eng) (nanotechnology, robotics) A very small autonomous robot, typically the size of a biological cell, designed to work alone or in very large numbers to achieve some task.

Words with the same origin as nanobot

Descendants of -bot
Obamabot adbot aerobot annoybot astrobot cancelbot chatbot chatterbot cryobot fuckbot hydrobot knowbot meatbot microbot mobot murderbot newsbot nursebot salesbot sexbot shopbot softbot spambot warbot
Descendants of nano-
heteronanocrystal nanite nanoanalytical nanobioelectronics nanocanal nanochannel nanoconjugate nanocrystallography nanodielectric nanodrop nanoid nanoliposome nanoplasmonics nanorobot nanosecond nanosensing nanosievert nanosurface nanotechnology nanotracer nanotruss nanotubular nanovehicle nanowaveguide