lol...a humanoid is a humanoid...a norma robot is not a humanoid...its obvious if u knw the word humanoid ...u must knw the difference
If you did, I suppose you would have told, instead of just babbling in shorthand
For those needing a bit more precision in the definition...
Humanoid simply means human-like, a being having human characteristics or form - like a regular robot build like a human, i.e. with a body, arms, legs and (usually) a head.
That said, a robot like Wall-E does have humanoid features (like emotions, which, in storytelling and animation can make any
The words "mandroid" and "android" have almost the same meaning, but is out of the SciFi literature and they allways refer to animated creatures, usually with a close resemblance to a human with eg. synthetic skin, eyes that looks real, facial expressions etc., whereas humanoid in reality could be used in a sentence like "that pile of bricks looks almost humanoid", but that is a bit of a stretch from "our" understanding of the word.