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Meaning of the Name Amber

The first name Amber is of Arabic, Western, Gaelic, English, American, Muslim origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Arabic: Jewel. A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Western: Jewel (From Arabic)
Gaelic: Fierce
English: A Jewel Name That Became Popular from the Name of the Yellowish Resin Used in Jewellery-making. Used Regularly Since the Publication of Oth Century Writer Kathleen Winsor's Novel 'Forever Amber. '
American: Precious Jewel
Muslim: Variant of Ambar: Jewel. Amber Stone

Similar Names

Ambar | Ambra | Ambre | Anbar |

Related Names

Ambar  (Muslim)
Jewel. Amber Stone
Amberam  (Hindu)
The Sky
Amberlee  (English)
A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Amberlee  (Arabic)
A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Amberly  (Arabic)
A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Amberly  (English)
A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Amberly  (American)
Ruler of the Jewels
Amberlyn  (Arabic)
A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Amberlyn  (English)
A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Amberlynn  (Arabic)
A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Amberlynn  (English)
A Jewel-quality Fossilized Resin; As a Color the Name Refers to a Warm Honey Shade
Ambert  (Teutonic)
Intelligent
Anbar  (Muslim)
Perfume. Ambergris
Chamberlain  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry the Eighth' Lord Chamberlain. Chancellor
Digamber  (Indian)
nacked
Ember  (English)
Anniversary. Ember Day is a Day in Lent Devoted to Fasting and Prayer. Also Modern Usage As Rhyming Variant of Amber
Hupham  (Biblical)
Their Chamber, Their Bank
Hupham  (Biblical)
Their Chamber, Their Bank
Huppim  (Biblical)
A Chamber Covered, the Sea-shore
Huppim  (Biblical)
A Chamber Covered, the Sea-shore
Laertes  (Shakespearean)
'Hamlet, Prince of Denmark' Son to Polonius, the Lord Chamberlain
Lambert  (German)
Bright Land. Can Be Used As Both a Surname and First Name. Famous Bearer: Belgian-american Actor Christopher Lambert
Lambert  (Teutonic)
Country's Brightness, Awkward, Blunt, Passionate
Lambert  (Teutonic)
Light of the Land
Peetamber  (Hindu)
Yellow Silk Cloth
Polonius  (Shakespearean)
'Hamlet, Prince of Denmark' Lord Chamberlain
Rambert  (German)
Mighty or Intelligent
Tamber  (American)
Music Pitch
Vajezatha  (Biblical)
Sprinkling the Chamber

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