daedal

[deed-l] /ˈdid l/
adjective
1.
skillful; ingenious.
2.
cleverly intricate.
Origin
1580–90; < Latin daedalus skillful < Greek daídalos, equivalent to daidál(lein) to work with skill + -os adj. suffix
British Dictionary definitions for daedal
daedal or dedal (ˈdiːdəl)
 
adj
literary skilful or intricate
 
[C16: via Latin from Greek daidalos; see Daedalus]
 
dedal or dedal
 
adj
 
[C16: via Latin from Greek daidalos; see Daedalus]

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Word Origin and History for daedal
daedal
1580s, "skillful, cunning," from L. daedalus, from Gk. daidalos "skillful, cunningly wrought." Also an Anglicized form of the name Daedalus from Gk. mythology (1610s).
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