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corcair n(Lat.purpura, see Thurn. Gramm. 570 ). In O. Ir.
corcur ā,f. c. ¤ (assaltair g s. saltrach)f., IGT Decl. § 185 .
c. ¤ haec purpura , Ir. Gl. 224 .co[r]cuirgl.murex(purple-fish),
Sg. 68b14 .Ofdye-plant,lichen(givingcrimsondye): dilus
5bis forsnaib caircib dognither inchorcur buidegl.porpora
induitur . . . quae de scopolís collecta est maris, Tur. 115
( Mark xv 17 ).c. ¤ ┐ ruu(in list of dues), BR² 1622 .díoghlaim
chorcra ar a cairrgibh, Measgra D. 40.17 . With defining
gen.conár dheircce ch. ¤ liag, Ériu v 105.4 , see1 lía(L 143.40).
10 Ofred-flowered plants(?): is c. ¤ maige cach maín, LU 10852
` gilly-flower (?)', Ériu xii 181 (`a crimson or purple flower . . .
unidentified', note) (differently Murphy Lyrics 41.3 ).com-
derg re c. ¤ chaille, Acall. 6637 .a snuadh mar chorcar
(: moltar) coilleadh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxvi 5 . Prob. plant-
15name also in follg.:c. ¤ co n-aldi datha / samail grúadi Labrada,
LU 3627 ( SC 31 ).condergi amal ch. ¤ , PH 7202 .gruadh mar
ch. ¤ , Magauran 3633 .c. ¤ as bhuan seadh ┐ súgh, Aithd.
D. 1.25 . Of crimsonorpurple cloth :maith a mná nach
caith acht c. ¤ , DDána 111.42 .cort[h]air (leg.c. ¤ ?) immon
20cumail, Arch. iii 241 § 7 .Thecolour purple: eterna da ch. ¤
.i. c. ¤ a grúade ┐ c. ¤ a étaig, LL 32365 (TTr.).
Compds. With noun:mur . . . dichorca(i)rglain red
crystal
, SR 352 .anniab amal chorcarghlain, 4270 .tri
bile do chorcorglain(sic leg.), LU 3695 ( SC 33 ).cathbarr
25de chorca(i)rglain(sic leg.?), Airne F. 98 . With adjj.:
do sciathaib caemae corcurderga, CCath. 5350 .graig
n-gabor n-glas . . . / is araile corcordond, LU 3693 (SC).
sleg . . . corcarglan, MU² 537 (see above). With adj. derived
from noun:lainne a chuaird corcorgemmach, LU 7400 .

30 corcán xseecroccán.

corcarda adj(corcair) crimson,purple . Of clothing:fūan cāin
cōir corcardai, TBC² 2039 .étaigi . . . corcardai, MU² 593 .
Of features:tibre c. ¤ , TBC² 2033 (corcra, LU 6549 ).dá
ṅgrúad corcorda, BDD² 1303 . Other applications:a rós
35corcorda(of Mary), Ir. Lit. 48.14 .ro fágbhaitt iad . . . ina
ccollaibh c. ¤ (of slaughtered soldiers), FM vi 2226.y .da
sciath . . . c. ¤ , TTebe 3305 .Adv. nipo ch. ¤ . . . dotheiged
(of Christ), LL 36746 .

corcarduill n pl.(Lat. loanword):c. ¤ dobar-natracha crocodiles ,
40 LB 141b36 .

corcóg n[ā,f.] (corca?) bee-hive :i mbeachlannaibh nó i
gcorcógaibh, Keat. i 12.44 .curcóga na mbeach, Corp.
Astron. 50.17 .

corcra adj(attrib.g s.ofcorcair?) =corcarda.carcra, ML² 534 .
45Often in vague laudatory sense. Of dress:ti corcrae`purple
cloak
', Blathm. 52 .a lleind ch. ¤ , LU 3675 (SC).ediudh
corcrudh . . . do macuib rig, Laws ii 146.13 Comm. Other
applications:a gnuis c. ¤ (of Mary), Ériu xix 12 § 3 .rothnúall
c. ¤ , Táin 2179 .tibre c. ¤ , LU 6549 (TBC).a hUi caín corcrai
50Conaill, MacCarthy 128.12 .teóra bolga c. ¤ , Ériu xiii 46.14 .
[i mbeirn] ch. ¤ an chígh(of pierced side of Christ), Aithd.D.
63.18 .Oilen na Caerach C. ¤ , St. Ercuil 1000 .

corcrach x=corcarda:fa c. ¤ cróidhearg andara fecht í(of
Scáthach), RC xxix 120 § 19 .eo c. ¤ na gcaor ndearg(of
55Cross), DDána 2.5 .

corcrad o,m. vn.ofcorcraid. IGT Decl. § 11 (55.11) . Verbs
§ 82 .act ofreddening,dying purple :lotar . . . / do ch. ¤ a
cáirech`to dye . . . crimson', Met. Dinds. iii 328.67 .a lethbas
chlé arna corcradh, KMMisc. 168 § 7 .bruit dá gcorcradh,
60 TD 11.20 .an crann do corcradh san chígh`empurpled in
His breast-blood
', Aithd.D. 63.35 .ón chorcradh . . .
ghairthear Corc de, Keat. ii 5980 .

corcraid v(corcair) empurples,reddens :cuairt creach- caem c. ¤
imcruachain cruaid(intrans.?), IT iii 88 § 104 .a ua Colla
65chorcras thír(i.e.ravages), Sc. G. St. iv 140 § 8 .gur corcradh
a ghruadh mar ghrís(of Christ), A. Ó Dálaigh xviii 2 .gur
corcrait a cinn dona cath-fersdib`were wounded', Celt. Rev.
iii 204.1 .O Cinnéidig chorcras ga(i.e.in battle), Top.
Poems² 1593 .
70 Vn. corcrad. Seecorcaid.

corcrán n[o,m.] (corcra):ba deirge iná c. ¤ caille, SG 243.27
` scarlet berry ', Meyer Contribb. 489 . Asn. pr. Corcran
clerech, LL 3155 .

? corcróir n(corcair) gl.purpuraria, Thes. i 725 , but onlyrcr . . .
75írlegible, see 497.26 (Ardm.).

corcthe xseecorcaid.

Corcu xseecorca.

corcur xseecorcair.

corda n(Engl. loanword) cord,rope :c. ¤ cruaidhrighin cnaibi,
80 ZCP vi 297.3 .creasa nó córdadha, Rial. S.F. 322 .sgiúr-
sadha do chórdaidhibh, TSh. 9720 .a gc. ¤ in hata, Fl. Earls
256.11 .

córdacht, cá- n f.=córae, IGT Abstr. Nouns § 29 .sáith a
córdhacht ar ceirde, Decl. ex. 852 .

85 ? cordae: ind sechip hae bes[c]h. hifius, Ml. 2b1 (see note in
Thes.).