Definition of blooter in English:

blooter

Pronunciation /ˈblo͞odər/ /ˈbludər/

transitive verb

[with object]informal Scottish
  • Hit or kick (something) hard and wildly.

    • ‘he blootered the ball over the bar’
    kick, punt, bunt, strike with the foot, tap

noun

informal Scottish
  • 1A forceful kick or strike of something, especially a ball.

    • ‘Thomas beat the keeper with a blooter from inside the box’
  • 2A foolish or blundering person.

Origin

Early 17th century (in blooter (sense 2 of the noun)): of unknown origin.