noun (cri, es)
- A shedding of tears.
- After we broke up, I retreated to my room for a good cry.
- A shout or scream.
- I heard a cry from afar.
- Words shouted or screamed.
- a battle cry
- (context, collectively) A group of hounds.
verb (cr, i, ed)
- Spanish: llanto
- French: cri
- German: Schrei
- Italian: urlo
- (intransitive) To shed tears; to weep.
- That sad movie always makes me .
- (intransitive) To shout, scream, yell.
- The captured bear cub tried to out to its mother.
- (transitive) To shout, scream (words).
Etymology: From crier, compare Latin quiritare "to raise a plaintive cry", "scream", "shriek", perhaps queri "to complain"; compare Sanskrit cvas "to pant", "hiss", "sigh". Compare quarrel a brawl, querulous.
- Dutch: huilen
- French: pleurer
- German: schreien
- Italian: piangere
- Spanish: llorar
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