robopoll etymology

English word robopoll comes from English robo- (Robot, robotic.), English poll

Detailed word origin of robopoll

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
robo- English (eng) Robot, robotic.
poll English (eng) (of kinds of livestock which typically have horns) Bred without horns, and thus hornless. (intransitive) To vote at an election.. (intransitive, with adverb) To be judged in a poll.. (legal) To cut or shave smooth or even; to cut in a straight line without indentation.. (obsolete) To extort from; to plunder; to strip.. (transitive) To cut the hair of (a creature).. (transitive) To remove the [...]
robopoll English (eng) An automated poll.

Words with the same origin as robopoll

Descendants of robo-
Robogate robocall robocaller robocar robochef robocop robodoc robofish robolawyer robomussel robopet robophile robophysics robopocalypse robopsychological robopsychologist robopsychology roboroach robosexual
Descendants of poll
dodipole polwigge rantipole tadpole