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beweep

[ bih-weep ]
/ bɪˈwip /
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verb (used with object), be·wept, be·weep·ing.Archaic.
to weep over (something): to beweep one's foolish mistakes.
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Origin of beweep

before 1000; Middle English bewepen,Old English bewēpan.See be-, weep1
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