Origin and Etymology of galosh
Middle English galoche, from Middle French
First Known Use: 14th century
GALOSH Defined for Kids
Definition of galosh for Students
: a high shoe worn over another shoe to keep the foot dry especially in snow or wet weather —usually used in pl.
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