كمفطس كمل كمن
كَمَلَ 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 Complete with respect to bodily vigour, having attained the usual term thereof. See لَيْثُ عِفِرِّينَ, art. عفر. Also Consummate, perfect.
عَيْنُ الكَمَالِ: see فَقَأَ.
مُكَمِّلَاتُ Supererogatory acts of religious service.