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Luisa Kim crying

Luisa Kim's tears

A tear was a drop of biological lubricant to clean and water the eye. They might also denote an emotional expression for sadness or overwhelming joy. A major component of crying was the shedding of tears.

In 2237, when young Spock was on the verge of tears as I-Chaya lay dying, Selek counseled him, saying, "A Vulcan would face such a loss without tears". (TAS: "Yesteryear")

Counselor Deanna Troi lost some tears when she was overwhelmed by the emotions of the spaceborne entity encountered on Deneb IV. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint")

When Natasha Yar lost some tears due to being placed in the penalty box by Q, Captain Picard told her that there was a new ship's standing order on the bridge allowing her to cry when she was in the penalty box. (TNG: "Hide and Q")

Tear was one of the words appearing in a detective novel Data was reading in early 2364 to become more prepared for a Dixon Hill adventure. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

In 2366, Sarek cried one tear at a concert, much to Jean-Luc Picard's amazement. (TNG: "Sarek")

Luisa Kim was crying and losing tears following the events of Bjorn Bensen's death but was solaced by Commander William T. Riker. (TNG: "Home Soil")

A dabo girl was using a handkerchief to wipe away some tears during the funeral of Morn. (DS9: "Who Mourns for Morn?")

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