mukluk


muk·luk

noun \ˈmək-ˌlək\

Definition of MUKLUK

1
:  a sealskin or reindeer-skin boot worn by Eskimos
2
:  a boot often of duck with a soft leather sole and worn over several pairs of socks

Origin of MUKLUK

Yupik maklak bearded seal
First Known Use: 1868

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