weeper

[ wee-per ]
/ ˈwi pər /

noun

a person who weeps.
(formerly) a hired mourner at a funeral.
something worn as a badge of mourning, as a widow's black veil.
a wine bottle that has lost some of its contents through the cork.
any of various loose-hanging, streamerlike objects, as a long, hanging hatband or a strand of moss hanging from a tree.
Informal. a sad story, motion picture, song, or the like, that is apt to make one cry.

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Origin of weeper

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at weep1, -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for weeper

weeper
/ (ˈwiːpə) /

noun

a person who weeps, esp a hired mourner
something worn as a sign of mourning
a hole through a wall, to allow water to drain away
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