Etymology
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mourner (n.)

late 14c., mornere, "one who laments or grieves" (especially for the death of a friend or relation), agent noun from mourn (v.). Meaning "one hired to lament for the dead" is from 1690s.

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Definitions of mourner

mourner (n.)
a person who is feeling grief (as grieving over someone who has died);
Synonyms: griever / sorrower / lamenter
From wordnet.princeton.edu