"Ophelia" by John William Waterhouse
The name Ophelia was probably created by the poet Jacopo Sannazaro for a character in his poem Arcadia. It was used by Shakespeare for his play Hamlet, in which Ophelia is Hamlet's lover who famously goes insane and drowns herself.
Ofélia - Portuguese (f)
Ofelia - Spanish, Italian (f)
Ophélie - French (f)
Ophelia is ranked #406 in England/Wales.