|1.||Greek myth See also Islands of the Blessed Also called: Elysian fields the dwelling place of the blessed after death|
|2.||a state or place of perfect bliss|
|[C16: from Latin, from Greek Ēlusion pedion Elysian (that is, blessed) fields]|
In classical mythology, the place where souls of the good went after death: a peaceful and beautiful region, full of meadows, groves, sunlight, and fresh air.
Note: Figuratively, “Elysian Fields” are a place of supreme happiness and bliss.