kalal: to complete, perfectOriginal Word: כָּלַל
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (kaw-lal')
Short Definition: perfected
a prim. root
to complete, perfect
I. כָּלַל verb complete, perfect (Late Hebrew comprehend, include, Pi`el complete, כְּלָל a General rule, בִּכְלָל in General; Biblical Aramaic and Syriac Shaph`el שׁכלל, complete, finish; Assyrian kalâli III. I. 2. complete; Arabic is be wearied, fatigued; Aramaic כְּלִילָא, is a crown, hence denominative אַכְלֵיל, to crown; Ethiopic I. 2 to crown, a crown, crowning (of bride), nuptials; Arabic a crown, loan-word (Frä62)): — Ezekiel 27:4 בֹּנַיִךְ כָּֽלְלוּ יָפְיֵךְ thy builders have perfected thy beauty (of Tyre, under figure of ship), Ezekiel 27:11.
[כְּלַל] verb complete (see Biblical Hebrew I. [כָּלַל]; but ׳שַׁכ perhaps loan-word from Assyrian šuklulu, ušaklil, uštaklil, DIWB 331, compare שֵׁיוֵב, שֵׁיצֵא and Buhl14); —
Shaph`el of building: Perfect3masculine singular suffix שַׁכְלְלֵהּ Ezra 5:11 he finished it; 3 masculine plural שַׁכְלִלוּ Ezra 6:14, also (with accusative of thing) Ezra 4:12 (Kt שׁודי אשׁכללו, read Qr) ׳שׁוּרַיָא שׁ; Infinitive לְהַשְׁכְּלָלָה, accusative of thing Ezra 5:3,9.
Ishtaph. be completed, of walls; Imperfect3masculine plural יִשְׁתַּכְלְלוּן Ezra 4:13,16. make perfect
A primitive root; to complete -- (make) perfect. כָּלְל֖וּ כָּלְל֥וּ כללו kā·lə·lū kāləlū kalLu