a suffix meaning:

1. full of or characterised by: shameful, beautiful, careful, thoughtful.
2. tending or able to: wakeful, harmful.
3. as much as will fill: spoonful, handful.
{Middle English and Old English -full, -ful, representing full, ful full1}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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