daedal \'dee dəl\, adjective.
1. ingenious, skillful
2. variously adorned; diversified
3. intricate; mazelike
The use seems mainly restricted to poetry, and not much recently. Shelley's used it a couple of times.
In Greek mythology, Daedelus created the labyrinth where the Minotaur was kept.
I feel a little sheepish posting this word, as my primary source is the vocabulary from the credits of Pinky and the Brain.
A daedal team halts,
Grim, thin-lipped, and tired of it all;
One by one they cry,
"And the horse you rode in on".
One by one, they go.