Definitions for opheliaoʊˈfil yə
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a young woman in Shakespeare's Hamlet who is driven mad by the death of her father, Polonius.
A moon of Uranus, named after the character in Hamlet.
Origin: Ofelia, coined by the poet Jacopo Sannazzaro in his poem Arcadia (1504), presumably from . Used by Shakespeare for the ill-fated bride of Hamlet.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
the daughter of Polonius in "Hamlet" and in love with the lord, but whose heart, from the succession of shocks it receives, is shattered and broken.