From German Low German Poller, from early modern Dutch polder (“bollard”), itself via Middle French [Term?] and/or Middle Dutch [Term?] from Old French poltre (“beam”). Compare contemporary Dutch bolder, modern French poutre, and possibly English bollard.
Poller m (genitive Pollers, plural Poller)
- bollard (short post or pole, typically used to prevent vehicle access)
- (nautical) mooring post; bollard
- “Poller” in Duden online