109 Best Roomba Name Ideas

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Did you know you can name your Roomba? iRobot has given us the ability to name our robot vacuums, this is mainly to identify which robot you are referring to if there is more than one in the house, but also because it’s just quite funny.

If you can’t think of a name yourself, never fear as I’ve pulled together this list of 109 Roomba name ideas to help you out.

Best Roomba Names

These are my top 16 favourite names for your robot vacuum cleaner. Opting for a well-known robot or butler is always a popular choice, but I couldn’t resist adding ‘Dustbin Bieber’ in the mix too.

  • Jarvis
  • Alfred
  • Botman
  • Rosey the Robot
  • Bot
  • Roomba
  • Minion
  • Optimus Prime
  • Rover
  • Dustbin Bieber
  • Henry (as in Henry Hoover)
  • The maid
  • Hal
  • Terminator
  • Sonny (From iRobot)
  • Robby the Robot

Funny Roomba Names

Here are a few more funny names you could use that are sure to give you a giggle every time you instruct your Roomba to start cleaning.

  • Lazy Husband (or Wife)
  • The Borrowers (“Okay Google, Tell ‘the borrowers’ to clean the kitchen”)
  • Dummy
  • Sucker
  • DJ Roomba
  • Mr. Slave
  • Dusty
  • Ziggy
  • Cat Sitter
  • The fairies (this would result in the command, “Alexa, tell The Fairies to start cleaning”)
  • Moon Pie
  • Oompa Roomba
  • Clean B

Boy Names for Roomba

Just like pets, sometimes it’s nice to give your Roomba a human name for a more personal touch. Here are some boys names you could use:

  • Bob
  • Simon
  • Jerry
  • Steve
  • Karl
  • Percy
  • Herbert
  • Roberta
  • Dennis
  • Robi
  • Winston
  • Fred

Girl Names for Roomba

Have you decided that your Roomba is a girl? No problem, try some of these names:

  • Harriet
  • Leslie
  • Eve
  • Chell
  • Hazel
  • Alice
  • Ruby
  • Brenda
  • Maria

Celebrity Names for Roomba

Any of your favourite celebrities would make a great name for your Roomba, but these ones really stood out:

  • Dustbin Hoffman
  • Rocky
  • Michael Bot (as in Michael Scott)
  • Rick
  • Morty
  • Bender
  • Fry
  • Dexter
  • Bane
  • Sherlock
  • Moriarty 
  • Pikachu
  • Meryl Sweep
  • Spongebob
  • Roomba Federer
  • Leonardo da Vacuum
  • Bot Pitt
  • Homer
  • Arnie

Cool Names for Roomba

Try some of these cool names for your robot vacuum:

  • Matrix
  • Rambo
  • Cyborg
  • Mr. Robot
  • Buster Grimes
  • Dirtbuster
  • Robot B-9
  • Marvin the Paranoid Android
  • Bishop

Disney Names for Roomba

If you’ve got kids in the house (or are just Disney obsessed yourself), I’ve pulled together a few of my favourite Roomba name ideas based on Disney characters:

  • Simba
  • Goofy
  • Experiment 626 (from Lilo and Stitch)
  • Buzz
  • Olaf
  • Mickey

Harry Potter Names for Roomba

The wizards might have the advantage of cleaning spells, but at least us muggles have Roombas to keep the place looking clean. Here are some Potter-inspired name ideas for your Roomba:

  • Dobby
  • Luna
  • Harry Bot-ter
  • Ginny
  • Draco
  • Remus Roomba
  • Fluffy
  • Dumbledore
  • Muggle

Star Wars Names for Roomba

Star Wars is full of robots and random creatures so it’s a great place to look for name inspiration, here are a few I found:

  • C3P0
  • R2-D2
  • Wookie
  • Chew-Vacca
  • Yoda
  • Han Solo

Game of Thrones Names for Roomba

If the final episode didn’t put you off, here are some Game of Thrones-themed names that your robot vacuum can adopt:

  • Hodor
  • Jon Snow
  • Arya
  • Khaleesi

Marvel Names for Roomba

And last but not least, I couldn’t write the list without including some of the best Marvel character name ideas:

  • Groot
  • Thor
  • Wanda
  • Hulk
  • Captain Roomba
  • The Avengers
  • Pepper Bots
  • Iron Man


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