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1 كَمَلَ ذ He, or it, was, or became, perfect; and sometimes, it was, or became, complete, entire, whole, or full; which latter signification is more properly expressed by تَمَّ, which see. كَاملٌ ذ Complete with respect to bodily vigour, having attained the usual term thereof. See لَيْثُ عِفِرِّينَ, art. عفر. Also Consummate, perfect. عَيْنُ الكَمَالِ ذ : see فَقَأَ. مُكَمِّلَاتُ ذ Supererogatory acts of religious service.

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