MEANING: noun: A place of perfect happiness.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin Elysium, from Greek elysion pedyon (Elysian plain/fields). In Greek mythology, Elysium (or the Elysian Fields) was the final resting place for the souls of heroes and the virtuous after their death. Earliest documented use: 1599.

ELISIUM - Element number 1701, found at Yale

ELY'S...UM... - the inventor of the Cotton Gin is at a loss for words

ELYSIMUM - a French flower, produced by crossing a lily with a chrysanthemum