Australian, N.Z. ; n
wellington boots; galoshes; overshoes; gumboots.
grab yer wellies mate its pissin down rain.
A group of poor people.
Possibly a family of welfare recipients, or the children of parents who collect welfare.
Referencing being or close to being on welfare.
State of having no or little money.
"Hey look at all those wellies over there."
"I can't go out tonight because my parents are wellies."
wel-lie also wel-ly (wel~'E!)
A new term derived from 2006 hard core festival party heads.
Immersed within free spirit, love, fun and happiness.
A term applicable to general 'aving-it largeness.
How's your wellies mate? (I.e. alright geeza?)
You better get your wellies out for this one! (I.e. it’s going to be large mate. Typical answer:
'Yes mate, I’ve been shining my wellies all week for this one!'
Wellies! You can just shout it out in sheer love for life!
I lost my wellies last night again (you got ruined, time to put your wellies up for a while and hold it down; recharge your wellies to max welly power)
If in a group at a festival and you get lost, shout wellies out at the top of your voice and wait for your fellow wellie freinds to hear you and reply back wellies!
Can be used as an SOS call.
If god were a DJ he'd wear wellies!