In classical mythology, it denoted
where the blessed dead went after death; now it's an adjective that denotes
that which is blissful; what word is it?
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The word elysian derives from the Greek Elysion, the name of the abode of the blessed after
death in classical mythology; it labels that which is blissful or
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