The dwelling place of virtuous people after death.
Origin of elysium
Latin Ēlysiumfrom Greek Ēlusion (pedion)Elysian (fields)
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Latin, from Greek Ἠλύσιον (πεδίον) Ēlusion (pedion).
Elysium Sentence Examples
Indeed, fresh pork was one of the inducements held out to visitors to the Irish Elysium.
If the traditional derivation is correct, the name is derived from the Welsh afal, an apple, and, as no other large fruit was well known to the races of northern Europe, is probably intended to symbolize the feasting and enjoyments of elysium.