Context: I came across the word "daedal" in an article describing the Jules Verne character Phileas Fogg (from Around the World in 80 Days). I was not familiar with the word and I looked it up in Farlex on-line dictionary: dae·dal adj. 1. Ingenious and complex in design or function; intricate. 2. Finely or skillfully made or employed; artistic. Question: Is this word in current usage? Obsolete? Archaic? I am tempted to use the word but I would not want to if it is archaic or obsolete. Farlex makes it seem current, but I've never heard or seen the word in the past.