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coirpthe part.ofcorbbaid. polluted,violated;wicked :
80 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
85coirpthi 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. Finn i 25.24 `incestuous', iii 23 § 14a .Cf. ced coirpti sium`though they be defiled', Mon. Tall. 128.20 .

coirpthecht n(coirpthe):ar iṅglaine ┐ ar c. ¤ a bííd` corruption ',
5 Thr. Hom. 58.9 .

coirrmíl xseecorrmíl.

1 coirt n f.(Lat.cortex, Windisch TBC p. 362 n. Vendr. De
Hib. Voc.). bark(of tree): sugh cartach darach, 23 K 42 ,
415.2 .na cortanna dileaghas . . . .i. c. ¤ shaileach, 23 P 10³,
10 54b3 .c. ¤ sailech, Rosa Ang. 206.6 .c. ¤ . . . an truim, 216.2 .
lé c. ¤ . . . nó dath eile(of use in dyeing), Párl. na mB. 587 .
In extended sense:is [cairte] donna a ndúthchas(of our
bodies), Aithd. D. 80.6 .

2 coirt xseecoairt.

15 coirtchide adj o, ā(1 coirt) tanned,cured,hardened :a chathchriss
. . . do chotutlethar . . . c. ¤ `of hard leather . . . tanned', Táin
2237 .ch. ¤ , LU 6416 .a secht secheda coidlidi coirtchidi, LL
32531 ( TTr. 1731 ).Cf. na seicheadh seanchairtidhe, Cath
MT 570 . See alsos. cortige.

20 coirted,coirtged xseecoirt(ig)id.

1 coirthe n io,m. Cf. dí chorthi, LU 5878 (TBC), LB 124b31
(infl. ofcloch). Alsoca-. rock;pillar,standing stone :ni
airigestár in corthe már bái inna ḟarrad comméte friss
fessin, LU 5749 (TBC).im cháel in chorthe . . . remur in
25chorthe, Táin 459 - 60 .cluid ┐ c. ¤ ┐ carrge, 2319 =cairthe ┐
carrce, TBC² 1989 = LU 6502 .thugadh mind oir A.
arcairthi, RC xv 75.28 .corthi cumdachta . . . dí or isin
tegdais pillar, Alex. 595 .rosaithset a cairthedha,
Ériu viii 44.13 .cairthe nach cumhsgaigthi(of warrior), O'R. Poems
30 1065 .c. ¤ cech rēid caill cech mōin, Four Songs 18 § 3 ( LL
29444 ).buailtear an long . . . fá chairthe nó fá charraig,
TSh. 3768 .tug tonn Clíodhna cuim do charthaibh`beats
its breast against the boulders
', Ó Bruad. ii 244.12 .saighet
a cairthe(of impossible task), Anecd. ii 72.7 . In phr.fer
35coirthi waif :fear eclasa; fear coirte(`rock man'),
Laws v 132.4 .i. gan fearann .i. do cuirtear ar beind croisi . . . no
ar clochan, 134.16 Comm. fer corrthe .i. mac tochair, O'C.
836 ( H. 3. 18,382a ).Ofmemorial stone,grave-stone: la side
rochētecbad corthe, ZCP viii 303.2 .rochuir aile (leg.ailche,
40Ed.) cloch a corthib`rocks of stones were put by him into
menhirs
', Cóir Anm. 12 .atat a ndí chorthi and .i. corthi
Findabrach ┐ corthi in druith, LU 5878 (TBC).coirthi no
clandaitis in tan ba maidm n-imairic, BDD² 623 .co fuilet
fáe na tri carthadhaib . . . uath[a] ainmnighther na
45cairthedha, Acall. 7342 - 3 . Of boundary stone:tir . . . i
curtar lia, Laws iv 6.12 .i. corthe . . . lia ┐ coirtha flatha ann
co festar a cuid and, 8.6 Comm.
With defining element:corthi curad`a warrior's pillar-
stone
', Aisl. MC 47.18 .cort[h]ie cethorc[h]uir,
50 ZCP viii 120.21 .ós an chairthe chuil the accursed stone, Magauran
189 .Ceann Cruaiche, cairthe na n-éacht, 1064 .diasai
inmnái icoirthi salaind(of Lot's wife), SR 2810 .c. ¤ cloiche
pillar-stone,flagstone :do choemnacair c. ¤ cloche fo chossaib
Mic C., LU 7944 (BDD).in corthi cloichi, MU² 646 .
55 sáthadh dhá carrtha chloch n-dileann, ML 140.20 . Of
particular standing stones:a mbun Cart[h]i na nGīall(at
Tara), BColm. 72.20 .coirthi Chnāmchaille, ZCP viii 332.23 .
corthe críche(name of a game), Celtica viii 149.10 . In nn.
loc. see Hog. Onom. s.v. Cairthe ,etc.

60 2 coirthe xseecuirthe.

coirthech xseecairthech.

coirthi xseecuirthi.

coirthigid v(1 coirthe)erectsboundary pillar: ro coirrthighistar,
no rola cortha ind, Laws iv 18.1 Comm.

65 coirthir xseecorthar.

coirt(ig)id v(1 coirt) tans;cures :ron [chairtigh] (chairdibh,
MS.), rom chealg`have stained(?) me', Aithd. D. 52.9 .
Vn. ní dia rúsc do choirteadh chuaran`to tan his shoes',
Lism. L. 943 =dochoirtged, Thr. Hom. 112.3 =do coirtedh
70an leathair, BCC 454.7 .bo seiche i coirtgead da ban asa,
Laws iv 148.19 Comm. (see note).coirted damtseiched,
O'D. 1677 (H 5.15, 28a).
Part. coirtigthe.

coirtigthe part.ofcoirtigid. tanned :muilleoir . . . cirdhubh,
75coirtigthi, RC xiv 52.4 . ?bróga tiugha cairtighe, SG 36.2 .
gleo-leathair coirtige, BB 436a15 .dealbh coirtighe, cíordubh,
ZCP x 22.8 .aitheac[h] corr cartaighe cīordhubh, Feis
TC 313 .

coirtigthech n(coirtigthe):brigh fhostuighteach choirtighteach
80 tanning property, 23 K 42,341.6 . 433a.12 .

cois- xsee alsocos-.

coisbe(i)rt n(cos+bert).coisbeart f., IGT Decl. § 12 .coisbeirt
f., § 13 . foot-gear,leggings :fear . . . / lé nár mian cóta is
coisbeirt (: ceirt), Ir. Review 1912, 471 § 5 .ag iarraidh
85coisbhirt nó cóta, Hackett xxvi 113 .nochtuigh ┐ gan
choisbheirt, Is. xx 3 .