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luto (es); gyász (hu); Dolu (eu); عزا تؤره‌نی (azb); Trauer (de); سوگواری (fa); 喪事 (zh); Yas (tr); 喪 (ja); Траур (uk); Матәм (tt); Trauro (io); Surutyö (fi); Doû (wa); funebro (eo); lutto (it); deuil (fr); luto (pt); Žielava (sgs); Gedulas (lt); 상 (ko); Траур (bg); dol (ca); Траур (ru); Trauer (lb); Żałoba (pl); שיקום מאובדן (he); rouw (nl); Аза (ky); ਸ਼ਰਧਾਂਜਲੀ (pa); Սուգ (hy); Əzadarlıq (az); mourning (en); حداد (ar); Πένθος (el); Doliu (ro) Período duelo social tras la muerte de un ser querido o personaje público. (es); Gemütsstimmung nach einem einschneidenden Verlustereignis (de); affliction éprouvée à la suite d'un décès (fr); sorrow (and its conventional manifestation) for someone's death (en); مراسمی در مرگ یا مصیبت (fa); dolore per la morte di qualcuno (it); malĝoja sento pro ies morto (eo) duelo (es); 忌中, 喪中, 服喪 (ja); Trauerarbeit (de); عزا, عزاداری (fa); Doû nåcionå (wa); Malĝojo (eo); Жалоба, Скорбота (uk); Gedėjimas (lt)
sorrow (and its conventional manifestation) for someone's death
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Instance ofnegative emotion
Said to be the same asgrief
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English: Mourning describes the specialized clothing and behaviors prescribed by various societies as appropriate for the family, servants, subjects, and associates of those who have died. Distinctive clothing of unadorned black with black caps and veils was worn by widows in Europe from the Middle Ages, and continues in some rural societies to the present day.


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