Word A Day – DAEDAL

21 05 2008

daedal \DEE-duhl\

adjective:
1. Complex or ingenious in form or function; intricate.
2. Skillful; artistic; ingenious.
3. Rich; adorned with many things.

Daedal comes from Latin daedalus, “cunningly wrought,” from Greek daidalos, “skillful, cunningly created.”

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