[el-ee-uh t, el-yuh t] /ˈɛl i ət, ˈɛl yət/
Sir Thomas, c1490–1546, English scholar and diplomat.
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.
[ih-lizh-ee-uh m, ih-lee-zhee-, ih-liz-, ih-lee-zee-, ih-lizh-uh m] /ɪˈlɪʒ i əm, ɪˈli ʒi-, ɪˈlɪz-, ɪˈli zi-, ɪˈlɪʒ əm/ noun 1. Also called Elysian Fields. Classical Mythology. the abode of the blessed after death. 2. any similarly conceived abode or state of the dead. 3. any place or state of perfect happiness; paradise. 4. an area in […]