At my table, and likely many others, stripping an enemy of all valuables is known as “greyhawking”. This originates from the Living Greyhawk organized play campaign, where players were expected to specify they were looting a room. There were a few early adventures where treasure was hidden in strange places, such as the gilding of a door, and gleeful adversarial DMs lept at the chance to deprive parties of gold because they didn’t explicitly say they were scraping the gold off the doorframe. So players countered with the aforementioned term, which meant “taking everything of remote value that is not seriously nailed down and cannot be pried loose through moderate effort”. That’s the story anyway. But, with a few LG alumni in my game, the term has stuck and spread to the new players. They defeat their foes and greyhawk the bodies.