rototiller or ro·to-till·er, ro·to till·er [roh-tuh-til-er] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a motorized device having spinning blades perpendicular to the ground and arranged like spokes, used for tilling soil.

Origin of rototiller First recorded in 1920–25; rot(ary) + -o- + tiller1 Also called rotary tiller. Examples from the Web for rototiller Historical Examples of rototiller

  • The two of them, Ester and he sitting in that kitchen–too damn lazy to rototiller that garden.

    The Land of Look Behind

    Paul Cameron Brown

  • Word Origin and History for rototiller Rototiller n.

    1923, from roto-, from Latin rota “wheel” (see rotary) + tiller.

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