'Mourned' in the Bible
So Jacob tore his clothes, dressed himself in sackcloth, and then mourned many days for his son.
It took 40 days to complete the process, the normal period required for embalming. Meanwhile, the Egyptians mourned for him for 70 days.
When the people heard this troubling word, they mourned, and no one put on his ornaments.
After Moses had told all of this to the Israelis, the people deeply mourned.
When the entire community saw that Aaron had died, they mourned in memory of Aaron for 30 days.
The Israelis mourned for Moses at the desert plain of Moab for 30 days, after which the period of mourning for Moses was completed.
God struck down the men of Beth-shemesh because they had looked into the Ark of the LORD. He struck down 50,070 men among the people, and the people mourned because the LORD struck down the people with a great slaughter.
A long time passed it was twenty years from the time the Ark came to reside in Kiriath-jearim, and all the house of Israel mourned because of the LORD.
Now Samuel had died, and all Israel had mourned for him and buried him in his own town of Ramah. Saul had expelled the mediums and spiritists from the land.
They mourned and wept, and then decided to fast until dusk for Saul, for his son Jonathan, for the army of the LORD, and for the house of Israel, because they had fallen in battle.
He buried the corpse in his own grave and his family mourned for him, crying out, "Oh, no! My brother!"
All of Israel mourned him at his burial, just as the LORD had said when he spoke through Ahijah the prophet.
So their father Ephraim mourned many days, and his relatives came to comfort him.
Then all his brothers and sisters and all those who knew him before arrived. They ate food with him in his house, mourned for him, and consoled him for all the trouble that the LORD had brought and placed on him. Some gave him gold bullion and some brought gold earrings.
"Those slain by the LORD on that day will extend from one end of the earth to the other. They won't be mourned for or gathered up or buried. They'll be like dung on the surface of the ground.