Moot an issue presenting no real controversy moot refers to a subject for academic argument it is an abstract question that does not arise from existing facts or rights. The use of phonetic transcription, however, is a moot question the etymology of the word koldun is still, i believe, a moot point the actual temperature of the moon's surface by day is a moot point. English  noun  moot point (plural moot points) an issue that is subject to, or open for, discussion or debate, to which no satisfactory answer is found originally, one to be definitively determined by an assembly of the people. Usage note: the adjective moot is originally a legal term going back to the 1500s it derives from the noun moot in its sense of a hypothetical case argued as an exercise by law students.
Itʼs a moot question what might have happened if the american colonies had not broken away from great britain synonyms of moot arguable , controvertible , debatable , disputable , doubtable , doubtful , issuable , negotiable , questionable. Definition of moot written for english language learners from the merriam-webster learner's dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
The latest tweets from chris poole (@moot) aka moot currently @google formerly @4chan. Be a moot point to be a topic that can no longer be questioned or debated whether or not he's the best person for the job is a moot point now that he's tenured see also. Rhymes: -uːt adjective  moot (comparative more moot, superlative most moot) (current in britain, rare in the us) subject to discussion (originally at a moot) arguable, debatable, unsolved or impossible to solve.
Pre-moots many pre-moot events are scheduled throughout the world teams are encouraged to participate in one or more of them, if they find it feasible to do so. A moot is a meeting of representatives from each hold of skyrim that typically takes place when the high king dies its purpose is to choose the next high king from qualified members of the royal family or in the event where no direct heir to the throne exists a jarl may be chosen. Moot is a community platform dedicated to gamers who enjoy sharing up-to-date information about the games they play by implementing a game-like reward system for content creators, moot brings fresh and unique content that gamers won't see anywhere else.
Several reports on various issues related to human rights were also launched on the second day of the moot, according to the official. When a point is moot, it's too trivial to think about if your basketball team loses by 40 points, the bad call by the official in the first quarter is moot: it isn't important. Moot (mo͞ot) adj 1 a subject to debate arguable or unsettled: it is a moot point whether napoleon bonaparte was born a subject of the king of france (norman davies) b. Christopher poole (born c 1988) is an american entrepreneur he is best known for founding two web sites, 4chan and canvas networkshe started 4chan pseudonymously, under the screen name moot.
As an adjective, moot originally meant arguable or subject to debatewith this sense of moot, a moot point was something that was open to debatebut, since around 1900, the adjective has gradually come to mean of no importance or merely hypothetical. In law, the terms moot and mootness have different meanings in british english and american english in the legal system of the united states, a matter is moot if further legal proceedings with regard to it can have no effect, or events have placed it beyond the reach of the law. As many as 21 teams from law colleges across the country participated in the moot held at a local hotel.
Definition of moot - subject to debate, dispute, or uncertainty, having little or no practical relevance, typically because the subject is too uncertai. The adjective moot is originally a legal term going back to the mid-16th century it derives from the noun moot, in its sense of a hypothetical case argued as an exercise by law students. Adjective among the many advantages of legislation requiring a label was that it allowed the industry to insist—in court if necessary—that claims against the companies for negligence and deception were now moot.