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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.
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.
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. Origin:
before 900; Middle English mot ( e ) meeting, assembly, Old English gemōt; cognate with Old Norse mōt, Dutch gemoet meeting. See meet