Etymology
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beatific (adj.)

"blissful, imparting bliss," 1630s, from French béatifique or directly from Late Latin beatificus, from Latin beatus "blessed, happy," past participle of beare "make happy, bless" (see Beatrice) + -ficus "making doing," from combining form of facere "to do, to make" (from PIE root *dhe- "to set, put"). Related: Beatifical (c. 1600); beatifically.

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Definitions of beatific

beatific (adj.)
experiencing or bestowing celestial joy;
beatific peace
beatific (adj.)
marked by utter benignity; resembling or befitting an angel or saint;
a beatific smile
Synonyms: angelic / angelical / saintlike / saintly / sainted
From wordnet.princeton.edu