sb. note on the huntsman's hornVariants: moot, mot,.Etymology: Old French mot, ‘the note winded by an huntsman on his horn'.
sb. moat aggerfossa, a pond castle, palaceVariants: moote, motEtymology: Old French mote, embankment, also motte
v. to summon before a mot (court), to plead, dispute, discuss a law caseVariants: mootyn, motienEtymology: Anglo-Saxon mótian (Leo) —See Moot