Booty is a computer game released in 1984 for various home computers. The game was one of Firebird's launch titles.
A form of prize which, when a ship was captured at sea, could be distributed at once; Plunder taken from an enemy in time of war, or seized by piracy
The right of a medieval soldier to ransoms, riches and other armour or horses available from a battle. ...
Captives or cattle or objects of value taken in war. In Canaan all that breathed were to be destroyed (Deu 20:16). The "pictures and images" of the Canaanites were to be destroyed also (Num 33:52). The law of booty as to its division is laid down in Num. 31:26-47. ...
n. gear left behind for the taking, usually either from a previous party bailing on a route or accidentally fixing gear.
The treasures and other values plundered from the victim ships.
war. The capture of personal property by a public enemy on land, in contradistinction to prize, which is a capture of such property by such an enemy, on the sea.
To play booty; cheating play, where the player purposely avoids winning.
any goods or treasure seized by pirates. “Arrr, I’ll have me fair share of the booty!”
(BOOT-ee) adj., Bad, especially ugly or badly dressed. “He looks booty.” Also, the human buttocks, as in “booty call.” Also: booty huggers: overly tight fitting pants “That girl was wearing such tight booty huggers that she couldn't even bend down.” [Etym., African American]
Not good; lacking; bottom, ass, or getting a piece of ass; biblical, as in pirates booty or treasure. Since booty is stolen treasure, it could be good or bad. Often used in the negative today.
A windfall such as might be obtained by finding treasure, taking goods by piracy, etc. Booty is generally divided among the whole crew according to the shares they hold. ...
Treasure, coins, jewels, gold candlesticks etc: Pirates would amass a chest full and then rattle it around, hence the expression "shake your booty"
refers to a person's buttocks.
Goods stolen on a pirate raid.
Foot wear that is critical for inducing athlete's foot in cold weather paddlers.