A.complete, perfect of its kind, suitable, exactly fitled, “ἄ. ἀλλήλοισι σπόνδυλοι” Hp.Art.45; ἄρτια βάζειν speak to the purpose, Il.14.92, Od.8.240; ὅτι οἱ φρεσὶν ἄρτια ᾔδη thought things in accordance with him, was of the same mind with him, Il.5.326, Od.19.248; “ἄρτια μήδεσθαι” Pi.O.6.94; meet, right, proper, Sol.4.40, Thgn.946; ἄ. εἴς τι well-suited for . . , IG14.889.7 (Sinuessa); “ἀρτιωτάτην ἔχειν τάξιν” most perfect, Philostr.VS1.21.3.
2. full-grown, Thphr.HP2.5.5; sound, of body and mind, νόος, σώμασιν, Thgn.154, D.S.3.33, cf. 2 Ep.Ti.3.17.
II. of numbers, perfect, i.e. even, opp. περιττός (odd), Epich.170.7, cf. Pl.Prt.356e, al.; ἄ. πόδες even number of feet, Arist.HA489b22; ἐν ἀρτίῃσι (sc. ἡμέρῃσι) happening on the even days, Hp.Epid.1.18; ἄ. χώρα, of the even feet in iambic and trochaic verse, Heph.5.1, Aristid.Quint. l.c.