coirpthe

Cite this: eDIL s.v. coirpthe or dil.ie/10407

 

part. of corbbaid. polluted, violated; wicked : coirpt[h]e .i. corruptum .i. trūaillned, Corm. Y 277 . coirbpe, aingidh, urchoideach, Eg. Gl. 133 . nocha soirbh-clúain . . . acht cluain coirp[th]i uile (of battlefield), BNnÉ 32.20 . is c.¤ ín rocathais, BB 252b48 . iar suidhiughadh na ceilge coirbthe . . . sin `wicked', Ériu v 166.58 . Of persons: lucht coirpthi íad .i. na corbairidha, Cóir Anm. 61.8 (in explanation of name Coirbri, Cairpri). a fail na hEithne coirpthi, Anecd. i 22.10 . ? fer neóit . . . étaid coirpetæ (leg. c.¤ , cf. p. 56), Tec. Corm. 32.8 . leig uait an mnái colaidh coirpe, Ériu iii 160.z . c.¤ in mac, Duan. F. i 25.24 `incestuous', iii 23 § 14a . Cf. ced coirpti sium `though they be defiled', Mon. Tall. 128.20 .