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ἄρτι [ῐ], Adv. just, exactly, of coincidence of Time, just now (not in Hom.):

1. mostly of the present, with pres. tense, Thgn.998, Pi.P.4.158, A.Th.534; opp. πάλαι, with pf., τέθνηκεν ἄ. S.Ant.1283; βεβᾶσιν ἄ. Id.El.1386; ἄ. ἥκεις ἢ πάλαι; Pl.Cri.43a; more fully ἄ. νυνί Ar.Lys.1008; ἄ... νῦν or νῦν ..ἄ., Pl.Plt.291a, 291b; later, = νῦν, Theoc.23.26, Ep.Gal.1.9, J.AJ1.6.1; ἄ. καὶ πρώην to-day and yesterday, i. e. very lately, Plu.Brut.I, etc.; ἕως ἄ. till now, Ev.Matt.11.12, POxy.936.23 (iii A. D.): with Subst., ὁ ἄ. λόγος Pl.Tht.153e; ἡλικίαν ..τὴν ἄ. ἐκ παίδων X.HG5.4.25; ἡ ἄ. ὥρα 1 Ep.Cor.4.11, PMag.Lond.1.121.373; ἄ. μὲν ..ἄ. δὲ .., at one time another .., Luc.Nigr.4.

2. of the past, just now, with impf., ἄ. βλάστεσκε S.Fr.546, cf.E.Ba.677, Pl.Grg.454b: with aor., λέξας ἄ. S.Aj.1272; καθῃμάτωσεν ἄ. E.Ph.1160; opp. νῦν, ὃ ἄ. ἐρρήθη ..νῦν δὲ ..Pl.Alc.1.130d, cf. 127c; ἐν τῷ ἄ., opp. ἐν τῷ νῦν καὶ ἐν τῷ ἔπειτα, Id.Men.89c.

3. in Antiph.26.7 (s.v.l.) and later also of the future, just now, presently, Luc.Sol.1, App.Mith.69, Astramps.Orac. 94.2; condemned by Phryn.12; also, just at present, πλεύσεις, ἄ. δὲ οὔ Astramps.Orac.92.7: with imper., Nonn.D.20.277, etc. (Perh. cogn. with Skt. tám 'ordinance', tás 'correct'.)