Definition of corbie in English:

corbie

noun

Scottish
  • A raven, crow, or rook.

    • ‘These sly corbies are birds of death.’
    • ‘Here is a slightly ghoullish ballad about two corbies picking over the remains of a fallen knight.’

Origin

Late Middle English: from Old French corb, variant of corp crow (see corbel).

Pronunciation:

corbie

/ˈkôrbē/