Tears are secretions that clean and lubricate the eyes. Lacrimation or lachrymation (from Latin lacrima, meaning "tear") is the production or shedding of tears.
Strong emotions such as sorrow or elation, awe, pleasure, irritation of the eyes, laughing, and yawning may lead to an increased production of tears, or crying.
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Famous quotes containing the word tears:
“The tears I have cried over Germany have dried. I have washed my face.”
—Marlene Dietrich (19041992)
“I, of whom I know nothing, I know my eyes are open, because of the tears that pour from them unceasingly.”
—Samuel Beckett (19061989)
“The Wye is hushd nor moved along,
And hushd my deepest grief of all,
When filld with tears that cannot fall,
I brim with sorrow drowning song.”
—Alfred Tennyson (18091892)