KJV Dictionary Definition: consummate
CONSUMMATE, v.t. L. See Sum. To end; to finish by completing what was intended; to perfect; to bring or carry to the utmost point or degree.
He had a mind to consummate the happiness of the day.
CONSUMMATE, a. Complete; perfect; carried to the utmost extent or degree; as consummate greatness or felicity.
CONSUMMATED, pp. Completed; perfected; ended.
CONSUMMATELY, adv. Completely; perfectly.
CONSUMMATING, ppr. Completing; accomplishing; perfecting.
CONSUMMATION, n. L.
1. Completion; end; perfection of a word, process or scheme.
2. The end or completion of the present system of things; the end of the world.
3. Death; the end of life.
Consummation of marriage, the most intimate union of the sexes, which completes the connubial relation.