I love this name, I would use it as a middle name like Audrey Ophelia is a cute name. It’s a cute option for Sophia.
Rubyrock  4/4/2021
I think Ophelia elegant and unique. A good alternative to the overused Sophia.
Luvbug86  3/25/2021
I admit that until recently I had my reservations with Ophelia, because I am Spanish and the name reminds me a lot of the word "fea", which in English literally means "ugly". Now I value it much more and it seems like a suitable name for a princess, although I would still not give it to my daughter. However, I am disappointed to see that so many people dislike this name. Honestly, Ophelia seems much more beautiful than other super typical names like Ava, Emma, Mia or Chloe. At least Ophelia will not have to share her name with three or four other classmates from her class.
Hanaa  1/19/2021
Actually, this name was not invented! Written as Ὠφελία (with an omega instead of an omicron), it was borne by Greek women as early as the 1st century AD: (in English; this is about the name - make sure to click on "Attestations by century")
• Ophelia at the Lexicon of Greek Personal Names (LGPN): (in English; features 5 results)
• see the entry for Ophelia at Pavlos' Etymologica: (in English; he lists the name again as Ὀφηλὶα in the 'Omicron' section, but that spelling yields no results at the LGPN)

The name must have been derived directly from the Greek word ὠφελία (ophelia), which is a rare variant of the Greek noun ὠφέλεια (opheleia) meaning "help, aid" as well as "profit, benefit". [noted -ed]

- ὠφελία (ophelia): (in English) (in English) (in English)
- ὠφέλεια (opheleia): (in English) (in English) (in English)

That certainly seems more likely than the Greek noun ὄφελος (ophelos) meaning "help, advantage", which is currently listed as being the root of the name. After all, both 'ophelia' and 'opheleia' are written with an omega in Greek (just like the name), whilst 'ophelos' is not.

With that said, Ophelia appears to have been rare in ancient times. Its masculine counterpart Ophelion (notably borne by a Greek comic poet from the 4th century BC) appears to have been much more common, at least in comparison. For more information about that name, please see its entry in the Submitted Names Database.
Lucille  1/3/2021
I’m sorry but this name is awful! It sounds like a disease!
― Anonymous User  12/30/2020
Many people are recently saying they might use this name for their kid, so I'm afraid it could become popular. I think this name is cute, but I personally wouldn't use it. Reminds me of that song by The Lumineers.
namespanela78  12/28/2020
― Anonymous User  12/15/2020
Bro why are people so toxic in the comments, I think this name is very cute and princessy.
― Anonymous User  12/10/2020
It's a really ugly name, but I get why some people like it.
Anders1234  12/6/2020
I just don’t love how it sounds. A little pretentious.
Little_Voice  11/27/2020
Ok, I'm sorry to whoever is named Ophelia but if I was in a class with a kid named Ophelia, I would call them Pedophelia. It just isn't a good name.
nfwbeeiv  11/27/2020
Spooky beautiful name.
noisynora  11/27/2020
Worst name ever!
OMG IDC  11/12/2020
Beautiful name. I also love Ophelie.

Also, a depressing note -- for those concerned about the Shakespeare connection and how the character died, I work with a bunch of people aged 21-25 and like barely any of them have read any Shakespeare in the US. Either it wasn't taught in their schools at all or they just didn't read Hamlet. So many future kids might not even make the connection. Also, most kids have moved past the making-fun-of-someone's-name bullying tactic, considering there are so many kids out there now with more unusual names, and kids also have new technologically advanced ways of bullying other kids.

Lastly -- IT'S A FICTIONAL CHARACTER. People still name their kids Juliet/Juliette. And plenty of people still give their kids names who share them with real-life famous people who commit suicide or even were murderers. So like... chill. If you like the name, don't worry about it.
LizzyLou  10/23/2020
Loooove Ophelia! It’s super pretty and I love how it sounds! A very sweet and unique name.
fluffly  10/22/2020
When I first heard this name, I didn’t like it, and thought that it was rather ugly. But now it’s really starting to grow on me! It’s sort of like a mashup of Olivia and Sophia.
on the murder scene  10/7/2020
I had an aunt Ophelia, but everyone pronounced her name as oh-fear. U.S. southerners...
grellr13  9/19/2020
Pretty, and the meaning is good, but the Hamlet character who goes crazy and drowns herself isn't a great association.
MintLemonadeBerry  7/9/2020
I like this name! It’s a great alternative to the popular Olivia and even to Sophia, and such a lovely meaning as well!
― Anonymous User  6/23/2020
I wish I liked it...It's beautiful for a character or a song or whatever, but it just doesn't really work on a person. I love Ophelia in Hamlet and all. But this name is just too mystical to work as a real name.
MayaHelen  5/14/2020
someone-  5/11/2020
I like the name Ophelia, it's pretty nice, but I wouldn't maybe list it with my favorites. I like even better the nickname Felie. Felie sounds so adorable and would suit both kids and adults!
april_13  5/10/2020
Two of my cousins are two sisters named Sophia and Ophelia, we call them "Soph" and "Oph". I love the name but she has joked once about the difficulty of "Being named after a suicidal Shakespeare-chick".
MichielK  5/3/2020
I think it's a magnificent alternative to the overused Olivia. I love the Shakespearean connection.
― Anonymous User  4/25/2020
This is the name of my Dungeons and Dragons character, a tiefling bard! Gorgeous name.
― Anonymous User  4/23/2020
My middle name is Ophelia. I may be biased, but I love my middle name! I’ve had a few people in my life express distaste for it, particularly that it sounds like ‘a feel of ya’ (very rarely). Regardless it’s a beautiful, timeless name and I plan on giving my daughter the same middle name as me and my great grandmother.
KattOphieLo  3/15/2020
I am expecting- not sure about the gender of the baby, I will name her Ophelia if it's a girl. In my opinion it is a solid name.
Nazanin  2/10/2020
I think it’s pretty, O names are not that common and I think it’s better than the overused name Sofia/ Sophia.
― Anonymous User  2/9/2020
Very ugly name. Why people like it?
― Anonymous User  1/16/2020
Gorgeous name. You might get ‘I feel ya’ or ‘Hamilton’ jokes once in a while though. Still, it’s a great name.
nylonpanda  11/1/2019
Ophelia was the main protagonist in Pan's labyrinth- such a beautiful name.
AnnNNNIE  10/9/2019
This is an undisputedly beautiful name in my opinion. The Shakespearean connotation makes me love it even more. Shakespeare names in general are quite fun, both to hear said and to see written, with the exception of Gertrude. Ophelia is definitely in my top three, beating out names like Cordelia, Juliet and Bianca.
― Anonymous User  4/17/2019
The Lumineers song made me love this name. So beautiful.
― Anonymous User  1/20/2019
In 2018, 85 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Ophelia who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 2, 380th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
― Anonymous User  10/15/2018
It's a classy name and for some reason sounds very heroic to me.
kayisforkeen  8/12/2018
Ophelia is a really interesting name, refined and gorgeous. It makes me think of Ophelia from Madoka Magica and of the RPG Mermaid Swamp. Shakespeare's Ophelia is represented in many beautiful paintings.
― Anonymous User  7/25/2018
There is an Ophelia in a Shakespeare play!
joyfulmango  5/26/2018
The name didn't even have an impression on me when I read Hamlet for school. It wasn't until I was older and heard the song 'Ophelia' by The Band that I fell in love with the name. They took a beautiful name and made an amazing song. If I ever have a daughter, it will be her name.
― Anonymous User  5/2/2018
Ophelia Lovibond is an English actress who was in "Guardians of the Galaxy".
Nienna9  2/6/2018
In Romance languages, the second syllable "phel" is pronounced "fell," not "feel."
WGaskins  1/28/2018
I love this name, it gives off the impression of high status, importance, and fancy, yet at the same time, it gives off the "don't mess with me" vibe. It's classy and badass.
― Anonymous User  1/23/2018
Hurricane Ophelia, as known as Windstorm Ophelia in Ireland and the United Kingdom, was the easternmost major hurricane in the Atlantic on record.
XYKLONE  12/6/2017
So beautiful.
KittycatYouko  12/1/2017
Ophelia James is the beautiful and daring female lead in 'Thirteen Days to Midnight' by Patrick Carman.
― Anonymous User  5/9/2017
I love this name, my first child I named Everly Ophelia

I live in a country that English is not the first language, so my daughter won't have Oh feel you jokes.

I knew that Ophelia in Shakespeare's was a tragic character, but it's just like some parents who pick a random name from bible and gave the name to a newborn baby.

Ophelia origin word is Ophelos.

Ophelos: advantage, help
Original Word: ὄφελος, ους, τό
Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter
Transliteration: ophelos
Phonetic Spelling: (of'-el-os)
Short Definition: advantage, gain, profit
Definition: advantage, gain, profit, help.
― Anonymous User  4/30/2017
Ophelia... I pronounce it O feel ya... is a unique, yet beautiful name that one must grow in to. However, I don't believe many people think of Hamlet when this name is heard, or suicide, or madness, and definitely not I feel ya... at least I never had that problem, and I'm 32 years old.
Miss O  3/19/2017
This name is extremely pretty! I love how it flows and sounds. Goes good as a middle name.
DundiculutNicholas  1/30/2017
I love the name Ophelia, it is very classy and a respectable name. Logically speaking any name has an insult ready for all the kids at school to point out. I honestly didn't think of 'oh feel ya' till I came on to this website. It's a more subtle version if you're a fan of names like Sophia and Cecilia. Nothing wrong with these names, but some people like me enjoy it but want something that has a different feel. I also don't mind the Shakespeare connection. It's like saying you wouldn't name your daughter Megan, because of Megan's law. Any name can have a negative association, it's hard to avoid.
QuinnBethany  1/5/2017
I hope to name my daughter Ophelia. It just sounds so pretty. Like an ancient beauty or something. The "O" makes it very unique while the "Elia" makes it feminine.
maurere  12/27/2016
I love this name and want to use it for my daughter, due to arrive in May. I don't get how people would avoid a name based on possible teasing. Are you going to let your every decision be based on what mean or stupid people might do? Those of you Ophelias who love your name, thank you for your comments. Very encouraging :)
― Anonymous User  12/18/2016
My daughter's name is Ophelia. She is 5 so she is a little young for the I feel ya jokes. I think it is beautiful! I am a Shakespeare fan but I think it is silly to only see that character when thinking of a name. Obviously, there are many other names who have been betrayed negatively in movies, books or biblical stories. Maybe people get so hung up on it because the name is rarely used? Anyway her nickname is Phia (pronounced like Sophia without the So) or Phi (fee). My nephew is just a year older than her and he called her Phia because he couldn't pronounce Ophelia.
sara89  12/10/2016
I am named Ophelia (the one pronounced oh-feel-ee-a) and I hecking LOVE it! My biggest dream is to find someone else named Ophelia and be like "Woah, how did this happen" and THEY'D UNDERSTAND and that'd be really cool but they'll probably be a way different age than me (there weren't even ratings for people named Ophelia in my year!). I saw someone comparing it to the name Olivia and my sister is named Olivia so that made me happy haha. I go by the nicknames Ophie, Ophi, and Eli. Most people call me Ophie, but it makes me feel kind of childish. Only one person has used the "heh Ophelia, I feel ya ;)" once and I was never made fun of because of it. It's a pretty cool name! Ignore the fact it means help, the name is hecking good. The only complaint I have is that whenever the song Ophelia by The Lumineers comes on I get so embarrassed, but it's great in any other context.
thespecialstar  12/2/2016
Ophelia is a song by the Lumineers.
Jack27  11/17/2016
Possible nicknames "Helia" and "Lia".
― Anonymous User  8/26/2016
There is a song called "Sweet Ophelia" by Zella Day.
― Anonymous User  8/26/2016
Ophelia is the name of a character from Fire Emblem: Fates. She is Odin's daughter.
Buneary  6/16/2016
My name is Ophelia and I used to hate it when I was a kid, but now I'm 17 and I quite love it. I'm Australian and honestly don't know anyone with my name so I adore how unique it is. Are there jokes? Yes, endless pedophilia/necrophilia/I-feel-ya, but it doesn't last forever, especially if you show that you don't care about it. Most of my friends/family call me Lia, O or Ophe, which I love! I would never change my name.
Ophelia Gardner  5/6/2016
My name is Ophelia. People really adore my name. Whenever I tell people my name they just say that's an awesome and beautiful name. I really like my name. Nobody has ever teased me about it and no one can say it has bad connections. People called Ophelia actually accomplish much. I will definitely name my daughter Ophelia Junior.
― Anonymous User  1/15/2016
Personally, I love this name. It's quite versatile. I've used it twice so far, and I'll definitely use it again.

The first time I used it was to name a chicken. She was quirky and energetic, very curious and always exploring. The name suited her well.

The second time I used it was for a character. I won't go into details, but she does share some "unique traits" with Shakespeare's Ophelia. Again, it suits her well.
NameLikeAPoet  1/8/2016
I love my name! I was born in 1961. Ofelia is my given name. I'm Hispanic so my mom spelled it with an "f". My friends and family call me Ofee;) I wasn't ridiculed because of my beautiful name. I've always been complimented on it. Because we are Hispanic from that generation, we did not get middle names but then again mom had 12 of us;)
OfeliaRamirezWillis  12/8/2015
I think this name is very beautiful. :)
― Anonymous User  8/19/2015
This name is so beautiful I cannot express how much. If I ever met someone named this I would totally gush about how much I love their name. I think it is good any pronunciation.
The teasing aspect is childish and contrived, and any person bearing this lovely name would probably laugh in the face of anyone who tried to tease them.
The somber meaning and origin is also beautiful. There is nothing wrong with sharing a name with a tragic character, it is, once again, beautiful!
Ophelia's everywhere should be very proud!
speakofthewolf  3/26/2015
My name is Ophelia. I have never ever been teased and I'm still in school. I have no problem with my name and I don't think I ever will have.
― Anonymous User  2/10/2015
A nickname could be opal. I'm surprised no one thought of this.
tabitha  9/18/2014
My name is Ophelia and yes, it's a very unique name. What I didn't get is how you people criticize the name for how it sounds and where it derived from.
1-I am in High School and I don't get picked on about my name at all
2-Only my closest friends actually are allowed to make fun of my names such as oh feel ya and pedophilia and just the name in general but I don't get butthurt or anything.
3-When people really meet someone named Ophelia, they tend to just compliment us on how unique and beautiful our name is in general-NO ONE makes fun of the name-it's too beautiful to be made fun of if you don't know them personally.
Ophelia Richards  5/8/2014
Whenever I hear this name I think of the song by "The Band." I'm a fan. Not my number one choice, but it's unique and pretty. I think you'd have to be a pretty cool person to pull it off.
Muddyb00ts  4/17/2014
I like the name, but I would never use it due to the connotations it gives. It's very similar to the character in Pan's Labyrinth called Ofelia.
Almonds  11/7/2013
Although it's making a comeback in the UK, Ophelia is still relatively unpopular in the US. The name was given to 137 baby girls here in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Another variant is Auphelia.
WSaffron  3/10/2013
I love this name, but I'm afraid to use it now that my mother pointed out that it sounds like pedophilia and necrophilia. :( Nonetheless, it's my cat's name, but I call her Ophie.
MorbidHarlequin  2/28/2013
A colleauge named one of her daughters Carys Ophelia, but she goes by Ophelia or Ophie. It's pretty, feminine and reminds me of a fairy. It's also a great alternative to the popular Olivia - I doubt there'd be 3 Olivia's and 4 Ophelias in a class! Good nicknames would be Ophie, Ollie or even Phiephie/Fifi! It's definitely on the list for child number 3!
Piplup_and_Petilil  1/12/2013
SEC908  11/30/2012
Ophelia Devore (born 1922 in Edgefield, South Carolina) was an American fashion model. She is known for being the first mixed race model in the United States.
― Anonymous User  6/1/2012
If I ever have a daughter, I want to name her Ophelia. I think it's so dreamy and beautiful. :3
mymymetrocard  5/21/2011
Ophelia could also mean "serpent."
VMarie  4/10/2011
Gorgeous and unusual, though I would never use it. I also can't bring myself to pronounce it oh-feel-ya, no matter how hard I try. It always comes out as oh-feel-e-a.
Chrila96  2/24/2011
I love this name so much. It sounds rather old-fashioned, but that is one of the best things about it.
artemis16  2/17/2011
The first thing that comes to mind is the book and movie "Reviving Ophelia".
GirlWithN0Name  2/3/2011
Though I was pretty much indifferent to it before, I've recently come to really like this name. There's just something about it. I'd consider naming a child this.

And about the Hamlet character, who cares? I'm not one of those people who hates something (this includes names) because of one unpleasant connection it has. I know this horrible woman named Victoria who causes misery in the lives of everyone she comes across, but that hasn't stopped me from liking the name Victoria. People need to learn to separate names from the characters/real people the name's connected to.
MorbidHarlequin  7/14/2010
In Bob Dylan's Desolation Row, he mentions Ophelia.

Now Ophelia, she's 'neath the window
For her I feel so afraid
On her twenty-second birthday
She already is an old maid
To her, death is quite romantic
She wears an iron vest
Her profession's her religion
Her sin is her lifelessness
And though her eyes are fixed upon
Noah's great rainbow
She spends her time peeking
Into Desolation Row.

I've never read Hamlet, so I don't know if it's related or not.
izzilla  6/21/2010
I have always loved this name, it sounds beautiful for to me. However, I'd be careful to avoid the nickname "Ophy"- I think it sounds too much like "Oaf-y", not a nickname that I'd want for my daughter. "Lia" is a much prettier nickname, to me.
tramsosmai  5/20/2010
I'm an avid Shakespeare fan, and I love this name. It has a nice ring to it and it's very romantic. And I believe other Shakespeare readers wouldn't necessarily associate it with insanity and suicide. I don't, at least.
Hannah_E  5/9/2010
This is my cat's name and it suits her perfectly. She is prissy and regal and that is sort of how I view this name. I sometimes call her "Ophie" for short. I love the name for my pet, but I'm not sure how I feel about this name for a person. I've never met anyone with this name. It just doesn't seem right for a child--I see it more as an "old woman" name. But definitely a unique and wise older woman!
― Anonymous User  4/3/2010
This is also the name of a beautiful song and album by Natalie Merchant.
― Anonymous User  4/3/2010
I named one of my kittens this because she's the strangest cat I've ever had. She likes water, which is rather worrying, considering the Shakespeare character. Personally, I'm a tad obsessed with the character, as well as her mad scene aria.
AstridtheLoon  3/17/2010
Not only is it ugly, but it makes me think of necrophilia, and pedophilia. Or any other deranged fetish ending in -Ophelia. I'm sure lots of other people would too. Gross.
Aureliano  3/2/2010
"Opheliac" is a song by Emilie Autumn, based on the Hamlet character.
lucyskydiamonds  1/18/2010
A famous and historical artifact of this name is a painting by Sir John Everett Millais of Ophelia from William Shakespeare's Hamlet. He was a member of the Pre-Raphaelites. Millais completed the painting in 1852, and it currently hangs in the Tate Britain art gallery in London. The painting features Ophelia singing while floating in a river just before she drowns, as described in Act IV, Scene VII of the play in a speech by Queen Gertrude. Although I personally would never have normally used the name, I now think of it differently because whenever I hear the name, it reminds me of that sad, but very beautiful painting. :)
walesgal92  11/8/2009
It's supposed to be said like Oh-fee-lee-uh. My friend that lives in France says it Oh-fay-lee-uh.
Antique_Cherub  11/4/2009
This is a beautiful name, but it reminds me of paraphilia.
Hushpuppy  4/11/2009
One of the worst names, in my opinion. It just sounds ugly and a little weak.
― Anonymous User  4/8/2009
I think this is a lovely name. If I named my child Ophelia, I'm sure she wouldn't be teased because nobody I know knows anything about Shakespeare, unfortunately.
Genevieve_M  4/6/2009
I think that Ophelia is a very beautiful, graceful name. It has a tragic namesake, but that tragedy seems to add to the breathless romance of it. I like to pronounce it "oh-FEE-lee-ah."
ningyorose  3/29/2009
This name is very beautiful, though I prefer the spelling Ofelia. The Shakespeare association, however, might be too much for some people.
bananarama  3/18/2009
I think this name is absolutely beautiful but because of the Shakespeare connotations would be a little reluctant to use it.
Little Owl  2/14/2009
Ophelia is not in fact Hamlet's lover in Shakespeare's original text.
kosmosdrakein  2/8/2009
Beautiful. The best names are always created by poets. They should write all language.
― Anonymous User  12/13/2008
This name is used in Pan's Labyrinth, but it might be spelt differently.
jedi_skye  11/10/2008
The character in Pan's Labyrinth has the Portuguese form of Ophelia, spelled OFÉLIA.
LMS  1/25/2009
Ophelia is really a lovely name, but it's a shame this site doesn't have the lighter, less Shakespeare-associated French version, Ophélie, pronounced oh-fay-LEE. [noted -ed]
ponine  8/23/2008
From names such as Hermia, Gertrude, and Romeo, this is the prettiest name Shakespeare has bestowed on a character. I don't immediately think of the Ophelia from Shakespeare, and even if I do, suicide and mental illnesses are quite common in tragedies. I think it makes it a stronger name, have history in literature, although I wouldn't use it on the basis of the Shakespeare character.
I don't think I-feel-ya because I don't think that way.
jolidanstitre  5/16/2008
My name is Ofelia. I've always hated being called Ofelia, so everyone calls me by my middle name, Mariela. I was teased in middle school by a kid. He would shout out to me "Ofelia Nuts!". Don't name your kids Ophelia or Ofelia. I guarantee they will get teased. It's been like a curse to me.
melarulz  5/9/2008
It's quite a pretty name, but it will surely lead to ''oh feel ya'' jokes. Even if you pronounce it as ''o-FAY-lia'', it sounds too much like some people's pronunciation of ''oh failure'' or ''oh fail, ya''. This is why I'd rather name my daughter Ophelie, pronounced ''o-fu-LEE''.
slight night shiver  5/2/2008
I have always pronunciated Ophelia as "o-FELL-lee-ya".
― Anonymous User  5/1/2008
Gorgeous name. Maybe a little too fancy to actually name someone. I have an obsession with Shakespeare's Ophelia, which is actually what would prevent me from using this name.
black_lace  3/3/2008
I have always pronounced this as "Oh-FEEL-ee-uh."
shagbo  1/1/2008
I named my cello Ophelia. What an elegant name for an elegant instrument. Isn't that just captivating? Thought so.
edenrowe  12/30/2007
Ophie is a cute nickname for Ophelia, but I'm not really a fan of the name.
― Anonymous User  12/22/2007
A character in Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin bears this name: Miss Ophelia St. Clair. She comes to take care of her cousin Augustine St. Clair's family.
Wunderkind_Princess  11/17/2007
I hate this name: it's so pretentiously theatrical, and who on earth would name a child after a character that went mad and killed herself?
― Anonymous User  10/22/2007
All I hear is "I feel ya".
― Anonymous User  9/13/2007
― Anonymous User  7/8/2007
I think a character that goes loses her mind and kills herself is a wonderful name for a little girl. It's a beautiful name. Who cares if some people don't like the character from Hamlet?
Eee  6/15/2007
Ophelia is a character from a book by Louise Lawrence called Children of the Dust.
― Anonymous User  4/29/2007
I like the name Ophelia, I first heard from my English teacher. She loves the name, but couldn't use it when she had a daughter. Her last name is Hamlet--no joke.
― Anonymous User  4/11/2007
The French version is Ophélie, pronounced o-fay-LEE.
― Anonymous User  1/29/2007
I like this name and when hearing it no images of mental illness or breakdown come to my mind. Only those who are Shakespeare readers may tease over this name.
― Anonymous User  1/23/2007
I agree, I would not give this name to a child because of the character in Shakespeare's play. It is still very nice, though, and pretty sounding.
bobcat_explorer  12/23/2006
I really just don't like this name, I do have to agree that some teasing could happen with this name. Actually I know of a very nice cat with this name.
― Anonymous User  12/3/2006
Beautiful, and very rare, I like it pronounced both oFEELia and oFAYLia.
nelirosala  8/30/2006
I personally pronounce it "o-FAY-lya".
gaelruadh19  8/14/2006
Mme. Ophelia Oglepuss was one of Burr Tillstrom's puppets on the Kukla, Fran and Ollie show. She was supposed to be a retired opera singer.
Kosta  7/27/2006
I think it's very pretty. However there is teasing potential since it's pronounced oh feel ya.
Mommy2B  6/15/2006
It's a pretty name in the vein of Phoebe and Daphne but I couldn't bear to give it to a kid with the impression it gives of mental illness and suicide. Darn you, Shakespeare!
crystallatsyrc  5/11/2006
Delicate, graceful and very literary.
tmarie  3/12/2006
There is also a film called Dying Like Ophelia.
wiswina  12/16/2005
I once knew a horse named Ophelia who had a bunch of warts on her nose. I still love this name, despite the weird image that forms in my mind everytime it's mentioned.
Arrows  11/22/2005
I really like this name, I think it is very beautiful, feminine, delicate and unique but not weird.
Laleroc  7/5/2005
Ophelia is the second of Uranus' known satellites (moons).
― Anonymous User  1/21/2005

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