In Romance languages, compound words are much rarer than in Germanic language such as English, but they do exist.
My favourite kind of word formation in Spanish is the one that results in words such as abrebotellas and espantapájaros which are made by compounding a verb in the third person present singular indicative with a plural noun.
But are there other kinds of compound words in Spanish? I'm sure there are but after wracking my brain all I could come up with was quemarropa which is about as close as you can get to the kind I just described.
Do other kinds of compound exist in Spanish?
(I'm not looking for a complete list, just a yes no answer with either a couple of examples or link or reference with further reading.)