WALDO

Etymology

Proper noun

Waldo

A male given name from Old English, in modern American use transferred back from the surname.

A surname derived from the given name.

Anagrams

• woald

Etymology

From the Robert A. Heinlein story Waldo, published in Astounding in 1940, derived from the name of the eponymous protagonist, Waldo F. Jones, who invented remote manipulators to overcome his own myasthenia gravis.

Noun

waldo (plural waldos or waldoes)

A remote manipulation system in which a slave device mimics the motions of a master device manipulated directly by the operator.

Anagrams

• woald

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