artios: fitted, completeOriginal Word: ἄρτιος, ια, ονPart of Speech:
perfect, complete, fitted, ready.
739 ártios (from 737 /árti, "now," viewed in terms of the present, i.e. "the here-and-now") – properly, ready now, prepared to function (efficiently) in the immediate present.
739 /ártios ("ready-because-prepared") is only used in 2 Tim 3:17, "So that the man of God may be adequate (739 /ártios), equipped for every good work" (NASU).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
fitted, completeNASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 739: ἄρτιοςἄρτιος
to fit (cf. Curtius
, § 488));
2. complete, perfect (having reference apparently to 'special aptitude for given uses'); so 2 Timothy 3:17 (cf. Ellicott at the passage; Trench, § xxii.). (In Greek writings from Homer down.)<1>
From arti; fresh, i.e. (by implication) complete -- perfect.
see GREEK arti