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Robot Name Generator

This robot name generator makes it simple to come up with great ideas for naming a bot. Simply press the generate button to get ten random ideas.

We’ve got both simple names like HAL and more descriptive names that typically describe the robot’s function, such as Computerized Mapping Device. You can also abbreviate the functional names (e.g. C.M.D). Just click generate to get more ideas, and click the star to save your favorites.

Click above to generate some names

If you’re looking for names specifically Star Wars-themed, check out our droid name generator.

Top Robot Names

  • Zip
  • Gage
  • Scout
  • Gadget
  • Chip
  • Glitch
  • Oni
  • Duster
  • Alpha
  • Prima
  • Boot
  • Buffer
  • Jarvis
  • Crow
a group of different robots

Famous Robot Names

  • C-3PO – Luke Skywalker’s protocol/translation droid
  • R2-D2 – The most renowned astromech droid in Star Wars
  • Bender – The surly bot from Futurama
  • Optimus Prime – The leader of the Transformers
  • HAL 9000 – Computer from 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Rosie – Robot maid from The Jetsons
  • Sonny – The human-like robot from I, Robot
  • BB-8 – Ball droid featured in Star Wars: The Force Awakens
  • Ultron – An AI supervillain from Marvel Comics who has a robot body
  • Data – From Star Trek: The Next Generation
  • Wall-E – The bot from the Pixar movie of the same name
  • Johnny 5 – The robot from the movie Short Circuit
  • Chopper – (C1-10P) Grumpy droid from Star Wars Rebels
  • K-9 – Robotic dog from Doctor Who
  • Crow – From Mystery Science Theater 3000
  • Tom Servo – Mystery Science Theater 3000
  • Marvin – Marvin the Paranoid Robot from The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
  • EVE – Wall-E’s companion and love interest from the Pixar film
  • K-2SO – Part of Cassian Andor’s rebel team in Star Wars: Rogue One
  • KITT – The AI car from Knight Rider
  • Ash – From Alien
  • Awesome-O – Cartman’s pretend robot from South Park
  • Pris – Replicant from Blade Runner
  • IG-88 – A droid hired as a bounty hunter in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
  • Aibo – A robotic dog created by Sony
  • Robocop – A robot police officer from Robocop
  • IG-11 – Another droid like IG-88 but featured in The Mandalorian
  • S.A.M. – Super Automated Machine from Sesame Street
  • Spirit – One of the Mars rovers
  • Curiosity – Another Mars rover
  • HK-47 – Droid from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic