[ih-ley-shuh n] /ɪˈleɪ ʃən/
a feeling or state of great joy or pride; exultant gladness; high spirits.
joyfulness or exaltation of spirit, as from success, pleasure, or relief; high spirits
late 14c., from Old French elacion “elation, conceit, arrogance, vanity,” from Latin elationem (nominative elatio), noun of action from elatus “elevated,” form used as past participle of efferre, from ex- “out” + latus (see oblate (n.)), past participle of ferre “carry” (see infer). Metaphoric sense of “lifting spirits” was in Latin and has always been the principal meaning in English.
[ee-luh-tiv, el-uh-] /ˈi lə tɪv, ˈɛl ə-/ Grammar adjective 1. noting a case, as in Finnish, whose function is to indicate motion out of or away from. noun 2. an elative case. 3. an adjectival form, as in Arabic, denoting intensity or superiority, approximately equivalent to the comparative and superlative of other languages. /ˈiːlətɪv/ adjective […]
Elavil El·a·vil (ěl’ə-vĭl) A trademark used for a preparation of amitriptyline, an antidepressant drug.
noun 1. the radio-reflective ionospheric layer of maximum electron density, normally found at an altitude between 60 and 75 miles (100 and 120 km). noun 1. another name for E region E layer See E region.
[e-lah-zi] /ɛ lɑˈzɪ/ noun 1. a city in central Turkey.