[ee-lee for 1, 2; ee-lahy for 3] /ˈi li for 1, 2; ˈi laɪ for 3/
Isle of, a former administrative county in E England: now part of Cambridgeshire.
a town on this island: medieval cathedral.
a male given name.
a cathedral city in E England, in E Cambridgeshire on the River Ouse. Pop: 13 954 (2001)
a former county of E England, part of Cambridgeshire since 1965
[el-ee-uh t, el-yuh t] /ˈɛl i ət, ˈɛl yət/ noun 1. Sir Thomas, c1490–1546, English scholar and diplomat. /ˈɛlɪət/ noun 1. Sir Thomas. ?1490–1546, English scholar and diplomat; author of The Boke named the Governour (1531), a treatise in English on education
[ih-lees] /ɪˈlis/ noun 1. a female given name, form of .
[ey-lee-zey] /eɪ liˈzeɪ/ noun 1. a palace in Paris: the official residence of the president of France. 2. the French government (usually preceded by the). /eɪˈliːzeɪ/ noun 1. a palace in Paris, in the Champs Elysées: official residence of the president of France
[ih-lizh-uh n, ih-lee-zhuh n] /ɪˈlɪʒ ən, ɪˈli ʒən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or resembling Elysium. 2. blissful; delightful. /ɪˈlɪzɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Elysium 2. (literary) delightful; glorious; blissful adj. 1570s, from Greek Elysion pedion “Elysian field,” where heroes and the virtuous live after death, from a pre-Greek word of unknown origin.