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Lacrimosa is Latin for "weeping". It is also a name that derives from Our Lady of Sorrows, a title given to Mary, the mother of Jesus. Also seen as the philologically incorrect Lacrymosa, it may also refer to:



  • Lacrimosa a song from Juan Luis Guerra from the CD Fogaraté
  • Lacrimosa (Requiem), a movement from the Dies Irae sequence in the Requiem Mass in D minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Lacrimosa (band), a gothic rock musical duo
  • "Lacrymosa" (song), a song by Evanescence from the album The Open Door
  • "Lacrymosa", a song by Libera from the album Peace
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by Sweetbox from the album Adagio
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by Regina Spektor from the album Songs
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by Ufomammut from the album Snailking
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by Symphony X from the album V: The New Mythology Suite
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by the Melvins from the album Stag
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by Immediate Music from the album Themes for Orchestra and Choir
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by Symbion Project from the album "Immortal Game"
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by Kalafina used in the anime Kuroshitsuji
  • "Lacrimosa", a song by Thomas Adam Habuda from the album The Freak Inside
  • "Lacrimosa", a part of "Requiem" by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins
  • "Lacrimosa", a part of "Requiem For My Friend" composed by Zbigniew Preisner to his friend Krzysztof Kieslowski
  • "Lacrimosa", a song on the Dead Space 2 OST
  • "Lacrimosa", a song on Tech N9ne Special Effects Album
  • "Lacrimosa" - un salto nel tempo - a jump in time, a song by Nicola Marini, italian singer. Italian version february 2016, english version may 2016. Genre symphonic pop


  • "Lacrimosa", a character in Terry Pratchett's "Discworld" series.