corcir

noun
cor·​cir | \ ˈkȯ(r)kə(r)\
variants: or corke \ ˈkȯ(ə)rk, -​ȯ(ə)k \ or corker \ ˈkȯ(r)kə(r) \
plural -s

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History and Etymology for corcir

Scottish Gaelic corcur purple, from Latin purpura

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