or ga·loshe, go·losh
Origin of galosh
Examples from the Web for galosh
Printed Matter, north of Sawon on Tenth Avenue, definitely falls into the galosh gang.How Hurricane Sandy Rocked the Art Galleries in Chelsea|Blake Gopnik|November 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The dictionaries refer to Spenser as using it under the form galage; and it occurs written galege, galosh, calosh, &c.
Galosh, ga-losh′, n. a shoe or slipper worn over another in wet weather—also Galoche′, Golosh′.