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Etymology 1Edit

Derived from the active participle of كَفَى(kafā, to be enough), from the root ك ف ي(k-f-y).

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AdjectiveEdit

كَافٍ (kāfin) (construct state كَافِي(kāfī), masculine plural كَافُونَ(kāfūna) or كُفَاة(kufāh), feminine plural كَافِيَات(kāfiyāt) or كَوَافٍ(kawāfin))

  1. enough, sufficient
  2. suitable, fit
  3. capable, efficient
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Etymology 2Edit

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NounEdit

كَاف (kāff (plural كَافَات(kāfāt))

  1. Name of the 22nd letter of the Arabic alphabet (ك(k)), representing the sound /k/.
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