Definition of mooter in US English:

mooter

noun

  • A speaker; a person who argues or engages in discussion; a lawyer who argues cases in a court of justice, a pleader. Now also: a person, especially a law student, who discusses a moot case.

Origin

Old English; earliest use found in Harley Glossary. From moot + -er.

Pronunciation

mooter

/ˈmuːtə/