Mooter



[moot] /mut/

adjective
1.
open to discussion or debate; debatable; doubtful:
a moot point.
2.
of little or no practical value or meaning; purely academic.
3.
Chiefly Law. not actual; theoretical; hypothetical.
verb (used with object)
4.
to present or introduce (any point, subject, project, etc.) for discussion.
5.
to reduce or remove the practical significance of; make purely theoretical or academic.
6.
Archaic. to argue (a case), especially in a mock court.
noun
7.
an assembly of the people in early England exercising political, administrative, and judicial powers.
8.
an argument or discussion, especially of a hypothetical legal case.
9.
Obsolete. a debate, argument, or discussion.
/muːt/
adjective
1.
subject or open to debate: a moot point
verb
2.
(transitive) to suggest or bring up for debate
3.
(intransitive) to plead or argue theoretical or hypothetical cases, as an academic exercise or as vocational training for law students
noun
4.
a discussion or debate of a hypothetical case or point, held as an academic activity
5.
(in Anglo-Saxon England) an assembly, mainly in a shire or hundred, dealing with local legal and administrative affairs
n.

“assembly of freemen,” mid-12c., from Old English gemot “meeting” (especially of freemen, to discuss community affairs or mete justice), “society, assembly, council,” from Proto-Germanic *ga-motan (cf. Old Low Frankish muot “encounter,” Middle Dutch moet, Middle High German muoz), from collective prefix *ga- + *motan (see meet (v.)).
adj.

“debatable; not worth considering” from moot case, earlier simply moot (n.) “discussion of a hypothetical law case” (1530s), in law student jargon. The reference is to students gathering to test their skills in mock cases.
v.

“to debate,” Old English motian “to meet, talk, discuss,” from mot (see moot (n.)). Related: Mooted; mooting.

noun

(also moota or mootie or mutah or mu)A marijuana cigarette; joint

[1930s+ Narcotics; fr Mexican Spanish mota, ”marijuana,” of uncertain origin; since the word also means ”bundle of herbs” and ”sheaf of hay,” it seems semantically akin to grass, hay, bale of hay, and herb, all of which are disguising names for marijuana or marijuana cigarettes]

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