adjective: from Latin conspurcātus pa. pple
verb: from Latin conspurcāt-, ppl. stem of conspurcāre to defile, pollute, from con- + spurcāre to befoul, from spurcus unclean, dirty, foul
From: Modern Universal History
Containing the Most Genuine Life of Mohammed
Compiled from Original Writers, and Carried Down to the Present Time. Vol. II, 1762
The History of the Arabs. Sect. XXII.