rototiller or ro·to-till·er, ro·to till·er [roh-tuh-til-er] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- 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;+ + Also called . 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.
Paul Cameron Brown
Word Origin and History for rototiller Rototiller n.
1923, from roto-, from Latin rota “wheel” (see) + .