Learn how to say A Moot Point correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word moot:
1subject to debate, dispute, or uncertainty:
whether the temperature rise was mainly due to the greenhouse effect was a moot point
2North American having little or no practical relevance:
the whole matter is becoming increasingly moot
raise (a question or topic) for discussion; suggest (an idea or possibility):
the scheme was first mooted last October
1 historical an assembly held for debate, especially in Anglo-Saxon and medieval times.
a regular gathering of people having a common interest.
2 Law a mock judicial proceeding set up to examine a hypothetical case as an academic exercise:
the object of a moot is to provide practice in developing an argument
Old English mōt ‘assembly or meeting’ and mōtian ‘to converse’, of Germanic origin; related to meet1. The adjective (originally an attributive noun use: see moot court) dates from the mid 16th century; the current verb sense dates from the mid 17th century
Note that a question subject to debate or dispute is a moot point, not a mute point. As moot is a relatively uncommon word people sometimes interpret it as the more familiar word mute.