It might be a silly question for non-latin speakers, but it's odd to hear about a post-mortem meeting for a successful project since this expression means 'after death'.
I know that this can be also called Lessons Learned meeting, but I'd like to know if that's correct to conduct a post-mortem (and calling it like this) for successful projects.
Edit: Thanks you guys for all the answers that are coming! As we've seen so many different thoughts (including outside IT, YEY!)
I believe would worth to highlight that the underlying question here is if would be good or not to keep such expression only for failed projects (in the sense of improving the quality of work and communication with stakeholders).
Outcomes: I believe David's answer can be considered as the most impartial answer. It's based on the fact that every industry has the freedom to use its own lingo. But I agree with Steve (and others) who states that retrospective is better for a successful project. But again, I can't put my opinion over an impartial (and well explained) answer.
I believe that from now on, the chosen answer could only be changed in case someone finds a reference where a well-established PM organization (like PMI) stating that post-mortem could not be used for successful projects or something alike.