Definitions for wailer
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
to utter a prolonged, mournful cry, as in grief or suffering.
to make mournful sounds, as music or the wind.
to lament or mourn bitterly.
Slang. to express emotion musically or verbally in an exciting, satisfying way.
Category: Status (usage)
(v.t.)to express deep sorrow for; mourn.
to express in wailing or in lamentation.
(n.)the act of wailing.
a wailing cry.
any similar mournful sound.
Origin of wail:
1300–50; ME weile (v. and n.), perh. der. of OE weilā(wei)wellaway ; cf. OE wǣlan to torment, ON wǣla to wail
a mourner who utters long loud high-pitched cries
One who wails or laments.
A hired (professional) mourner.
one who wails or laments