made too pert, saucy, or self-conceited ...1614 obs.
pa. pple. from over- + pert
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1614 - see Example below
"...which is a thing of dangerous consequence: especially when an unable Spirit, being over-perted with so high authority, is too passionate in the execution of such an office."
From: The History of the World
By: Sir Walter Raleigh, 1614
• A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles,
James Murray, 1887-1933
• The Century Dictionary and Encyclopedia,
William Dwight Whitney, 1889-1891
• A Standard Dictionary of the English Language, Isaac K. Funk, 1908
• The Encyclopaedic Dictionary, Robert Hunter, 1879-1888