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Booty vs. Loot

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Bootynoun

(nautical) A form of prize which, when a ship was captured at sea, could be distributed at once.

Lootnoun

A kind of scoop or ladle, chiefly used to remove the scum from brine-pans in saltworks.

Bootynoun

Plunder taken from an enemy in time of war, or seized by piracy.

Lootnoun

The act of plundering.

‘the loot of an ancient city’;

Bootynoun

(figuratively) Something that has been stolen or illegally obtained from elsewhere.

‘After returning from their Halloween trick-or-treating, the kids settled down to enjoy their booty of candies.’;

Lootnoun

plunder, booty, especially from a ransacked city.

Bootynoun

(slang) The buttocks.

‘You got a big ol' booty.’;

Lootnoun

any prize or profit received for free, especially Christmas presents

Bootynoun

A person considered as sexual partner or sex object.

Lootnoun

(video games) Items dropped by defeated enemies.

Bootynoun

sexual intercourse.

Lootverb

To steal, especially as part of war, riot or other group violence.

‘to loot valuables from a temple’;

Bootynoun

the vulva and vagina.

Lootverb

To steal from.

‘to loot a temple for valuables’;

Bootynoun

That which is seized by violence or obtained by robbery, especially collective spoil taken in war; plunder; pillage.

Lootverb

(video games) to examine the corpse of a fallen enemy for loot.

Bootynoun

goods or money obtained illegally

Lootnoun

The act of plundering.

Lootnoun

Plunder; booty; especially, the booty taken in a conquered or sacked city.

Lootnoun

Anything stolen or obtained by dishonesty.

Lootnoun

Valuable objects; as, the child was delighted with all the loot he got for his birthday.

Lootnoun

Money; as, you shouldn't carry all that loot around with you in the city; she made a pile of loot from trading in cattle futures.

Lootverb

To plunder; to carry off as plunder or a prize lawfully obtained by war.

‘Looting parties . . . ransacking the houses.’;

Lootnoun

goods or money obtained illegally

Lootnoun

informal terms for money

Lootverb

take illegally; of intellectual property;

‘This writer plundered from famous authors’;

Lootverb

steal goods; take as spoils;

‘During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners’;

Lootnoun

private property taken from an enemy in war

‘the rooms were stuffed with the loot from Francis's expeditions into Italy’;

Lootnoun

stolen money or valuables

‘the gang escaped with their loot’;

Lootnoun

money

‘ten thousand quid is a lot of loot’;

Lootverb

steal goods from (a place), typically during a war or riot

‘police confronted the protestors who were looting shops’;

Lootverb

steal (goods) in a war, riot, etc.

‘tonnes of food aid awaiting distribution had been looted’;

Lootverb

steal (something) from someone

‘a gang looted Rs. 1.5 lakh from a passenger’;

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