Scot. a round hollow in a hillside
Origin of corrie; from Gaelic coire, cauldron ; from Indo-European base an unverified form kwer-, pot from source Old English hwer, kettle
A round hollow in a hillside; a cirque.
Origin of corrieScottish Gaelic coire, hollow, cauldron, from Old Irish, cauldron, whirlpool.
From Highland Scottish Gaelic, perhaps from Celtic cor a corner.