To gather moisture in drops from the atmosphere, as a water-vessel cooled with ice, or a cool metal pipe in a room where steam is present or the atmosphere is humid; also leak slowly from a joint in drops.To express sorrow, grief, or anguish by outcry; wail; lament; in more modern usage, to shed tears.To drop or flow as tears.To let fall drops; drop water; drip; hence, to rain.To give out moisture; be very damp.To have drooping branches; be pendent; droop: as, a weeping tree; the weeping willow.To lament; bewail; bemoan.To shed or let fall drop by drop, as tears; give out in drops.To spend or consume in weeping; exhaust in tears: usually followed by away, out, or the like.n. Weeping; a fit of weeping.n. Exudation; sweat, as of a gum-tree; a leak, as in the joint of a pipe.n. Same as peweep for pewit. Also wype, wipe.