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But the weather can be, as it's been the past few days in Jerusalem.
The Modern Hebrew word for perfect is מֻשְׁלַם (moosh-LAHM). It's an adjective deriving from the passive-causative verb form, הופעל (hoof-AHL). It can be declined in the feminine, מֻשְׁלֶמֶת, such as הָאֲרוּחָה הַזֹּאת מושלמת - this meal is perfect (hah-ah-roo-KHAH hah-ZOHT moosh-LEH-met) - as well as in the plural.
The root? Same as that of peace, bearing the core concept of completeness - ש.ל.מ (sh.l.m)