Definition of unwept in English:

unwept

adjective

literary
  • (of a person) not mourned or lamented.

    • ‘They slogged in joint families, and finally died unwept and unsung.’
    • ‘Maybe in some of those crumbling palm-leaf manuscripts rotting away unsung, unwept, and unhonored, there are other ancient treasures like the astronomical observations from 5,000 years ago.’
    • ‘Nearly two years ago, an authentic military hero had died practically unwept and unsung.’

Pronunciation:

unwept

/ʌnˈwɛpt/