Meaning of Daedalic in English:


Pronunciation /ˈdiːdəlɪk/


  • Relating to or denoting an ancient Greek (chiefly Dorian) sculptural style of the 7th century BC.

    ‘This statue is an example of Daedalic art, characterized by its triangular head and flat face.’
    • ‘This Daedalic style had flourished from the second quarter of the seventh century to its end.’
    • ‘The two statues themselves are dated as early 6th century BC, which was the time of transition from Daedalic to early Archaiac art.’
    • ‘This bronze Daedalic statuette, perhaps of Apollo, dates from the 7th century circa 630 BC and is approximately 6 inches high.’
    • ‘Rooms 5 and 6 contain finds from the Daedalic Period, thought to be the final years of glory of ancient Crete.’


From the name Daedalus+ -ic.