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ἄρτιος ἄρτι

I.complete, perfect of its kind, suitable, exactly fitted; ἄρτια βάζειν to speak to the purpose (cf. ἀρτιεπής), Hom.; ἄρτια ᾔδη thought things agreeable, was of the same mind, id=Hom.:— meet, right, proper, Solon, Theogn.
2.c. inf. prepared, ready, to do a thing, Hdt.
II.of numbers, perfect, i. e. even, opp. to περισσός (odd), Plat., etc.
III.adv. ἀρτίως, just, now first, like ἄρτι, used by Soph. both of present time with pres. and perf.; and of past with imperf. and aor.

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