moot,adj. 1.Archaic. Open to argument; debatable. 2. Having no practical significance;

hypothetical or academic <the question on appeal became moot once the parties settled their case>.

— mootness,n.

moot,vb. 1.Archaic. To raise or bring forward (a point or question) for discussion. 2. To

render (a question) moot or of no practical significance.

[Blacks Law 8th]