Ophelia

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O•phel•ia

(oʊˈfil yə)

n.
a young woman in Shakespeare's Hamlet who is driven mad by the death of her father, Polonius.
Translations
Ophélie

Ophelia

[ɒˈfiːlɪə] NOfelia
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