pilnīgums

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From pilnīgs ‎(complete, total) +‎ -ums (with pilnīgs from pilns ‎(full) +‎ -īgs).

Noun[edit]

pilnīgums m (1st declension)

  1. completeness, fullness (the quality of that which is complete, full)
    sasniegt brieduma pilnīgumu — to reach the fullness of maturity
  2. completeness (the quality of not missing anything, any parts, details)
    lai nodrošinātu lietas izskatīšanas ātrumu un pilnīgumu... — in order to ensure the trial's speed and completeness...
  3. fullness, heaviness (the state of being slightly overweight)
    viņi bija viena auguma, bet Elziņš plecīgāks, ar slieksmi uz pilnīgumu — they were the same height, but Elziņš was more broad-shouldered, with a tendency to fullness (= to being slightly overweight)

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