Definition of Ugg boot in English:

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Ugg boot

Pronunciation: /ˈəɡ ˌbo͞ot/
(also Ugh boot)


trademark A type of soft sheepskin boot originating in Australia: a music video set in Marrakesh with models dancing in bare midriffs and Ugg boots
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  • Where I was raised upstate, the creepy hippies who lived in yurts on the outskirts of town would rent a cheap storefront every Christmas and sell Ugg boots and cheesy animal skin vests.
  • I recall spending most of my sixteenth year dressed in the uniform of a surfer - ugg boots, flannelette shirts with button up collars, long blonde hair and Neil Young music were de rigueur.
  • To me, it seems that every five minutes, another bemused foreign celebrity is being presented with Akubra hats and ugg boots, and invited to manhandle native fauna.


1960s (as Ugh boot): probably named after Ugh, a series of cartoon characters.

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